2021
DOI: 10.1016/j.wneu.2020.11.079
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Two-Stage Approach for Unstable Pediatric Craniocervical Junction Anomalies with a Halo Vest and Delayed Occipitocervical Fusion: Technical Note, Case Series, and Literature Review

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“…The realization of the cranial-C2 fusion with the halo-vest seems satisfactory to us with a successful arthrodesis in all patients and the least risk of perioperative complications. The result of the 2-stage procedure was considered optimal in all 21 cases in our series, as well as that of Tirado-Caballero J et al [3] . Several limitations to the present study need to be addressed.…”
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“…The realization of the cranial-C2 fusion with the halo-vest seems satisfactory to us with a successful arthrodesis in all patients and the least risk of perioperative complications. The result of the 2-stage procedure was considered optimal in all 21 cases in our series, as well as that of Tirado-Caballero J et al [3] . Several limitations to the present study need to be addressed.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 71%
“…The presence of neurological signs or myelopathies on the MRI was an absolute indication for surgery [ 18 , 19 ]. For other authors, the presence of neck pain or torticollis, signs of instability of the CCJ, was also an indication for surgery [ 3 , 20 ]. In our series, the indication for surgery was posed in the presence of a neurological deficit, which was associated with signs of instability and spinal cord compression on MRI.…”
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