2013
DOI: 10.1590/s1808-18512013000200011
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Fixação percutânea no tratamento de fraturas toracolombares: resultados preliminares

Abstract: RESUMOObjetivo: Avaliar os resultados preliminares do tratamento cirúrgico de pacientes portadores de fraturas toracolombares da coluna vertebral por meio de fixação percutânea. Métodos: Foram avaliados 10 pacientes com diagnóstico de fratura toracolombar da coluna vertebral. Todos os pacientes foram tratados por meio de técnica minimamente invasiva, com fixação por via posterior sem artrodese. Os parâmetros radiológicos relacionados para a avaliação dos pacientes foram: medida da cifose segmentar, encunhament… Show more

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“…1 However, there is still controversy surrounding the instability criteria, the need for an anterior approach in injuries with fragmentation of the vertebral body, and arthrodesis following posterior fixation. 2,3 Current treatment options include conservative treatment with or without the use of ortheses, 4 conventional open approaches with the use of instrumentation and arthrodesis, 5 and more recently, minimally invasive posterior fixation techniques, [6][7][8][9][10] kyphoplasty, and vertebroplasty. 11 However, there is insufficient evidence in the literature to determine which of the different treatment methods is the best.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…1 However, there is still controversy surrounding the instability criteria, the need for an anterior approach in injuries with fragmentation of the vertebral body, and arthrodesis following posterior fixation. 2,3 Current treatment options include conservative treatment with or without the use of ortheses, 4 conventional open approaches with the use of instrumentation and arthrodesis, 5 and more recently, minimally invasive posterior fixation techniques, [6][7][8][9][10] kyphoplasty, and vertebroplasty. 11 However, there is insufficient evidence in the literature to determine which of the different treatment methods is the best.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%