2020
DOI: 10.1016/j.wneu.2019.10.079
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The Era of Cortical Bone Trajectory Screws in Spine Surgery: A Qualitative Review with Rating of Evidence

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“…CBT has been shown to be a safe and valuable option for screw fixation in spinal surgery. Level 2 and 3 clinical studies have demonstrated equal clinical and radiographic outcomes and lower perioperative complication rates than conventional techniques [ 4 ]. As the CBT technique is becoming more accepted, an increasing number of surgeons are performing posterior lumbar fusion with the CBT technique in eligible patients.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…CBT has been shown to be a safe and valuable option for screw fixation in spinal surgery. Level 2 and 3 clinical studies have demonstrated equal clinical and radiographic outcomes and lower perioperative complication rates than conventional techniques [ 4 ]. As the CBT technique is becoming more accepted, an increasing number of surgeons are performing posterior lumbar fusion with the CBT technique in eligible patients.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The challenges of learning, planning and performing procedures in spine surgery have been enriched by the recent development of new technological tools and instrumentations, able to assist surgeons and reducing surgical invasiveness (Minimally-Invasive Surgery, MIS) but maintaining a valuable profile of safety (1)(2)(3)(4)(5). One of the most promising applications of advancements in visual/haptic display technologies and computational power is represented by augmented reality (AR) (6), an emerging technological field.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Findings: A total number of 12 lumbar arthrodesis have been performed while using the described AR technology, with application spanning from telementoring (3), teaching (2), surgical planning superimposition and interaction with the hologram using a custom application for Microsoft hololens (1). Surgeons wearing the AR goggles reported a positive feedback as for the ergonomy, wearability and comfort during the procedure; being able to visualize a 3D reconstruction during surgery was perceived as a straightforward benefit, allowing to speed-up procedures, thus limiting post-operational complications.…”
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“…As about surgical technique, minimally invasive approaches have been thought to potentially reduce the magnitude of surgery. While for degenerative disease or bone tumors in spine surgery the use of minimally invasive approaches showed to be effective and feasible in multiple examples (23)(24)(25) for IDEM tumors surgery evidence are few. The use of mono lateral laminectomy, indeed, and the use of technological tools such as the Cavitational Ultrasonic Surgical Aspiration (CUSA) should need for further investigations in order to add relevant data and report surgical experiences (13,26,27).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%