By Florian Ringel MD, Jimmy Villard MD, Yu-Mi Ryang MD, Bernhard Meyer MD (auth.), Johannes Schramm (eds.)
This quantity of Advances and Technical criteria in Neurosurgery is dedicated totally to the backbone. Like different volumes within the sequence, it provides very important fresh growth within the box and gives unique descriptions of ordinary systems to aid younger neurosurgeons. one of the advances thought of are techniques to spinal navigation, together with intraoperative imaging established navigation, and ideas of spinal robotics. the price of sagittal stability as a parameter for the neurosurgeon is tested, and a unique surgical method of longitudinal pathologies in the spinal canal is gifted. advancements in surgical procedure for kyphosis also are mentioned, with a spotlight on pedicle subtraction osteotomy. The technical criteria part severely stories the most recent proof concerning cervical disc arthroplasty and pedicle-based non-fusion stabilization units. The e-book concludes via discussing the therapy of craniovertebral junction instability due to juvenile persistent arthritis.
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Boulay et al.  and Janssen et al.  did not find any significant difference in sacral slope (SS), pelvic tilt (PT), or pelvic incidence (PI) when comparing asymptomatic adult females with males. Hammerberg and Wood  evaluated 50 asymptomatic subjects aged 70–85 years and did not find any relationship between increasing age and sacropelvic parameters of balance and morphology, but they suggest that the mean PT and PI in their study were higher than those observed previously in younger adult populations.
They showed that FSI patient had a typical spinopelvic profile: high PI and PT and low LL and TK compared with aged-matched controls. Kim et al.  showed that net kyphosis (TK + PI − LL) > 45° was a statistically significant predictor of suboptimal sagittal balance for patients who underwent long spinal instrumentation . Kyu-Jung Cho et al.  studied the risks factors of sagittal decompensation in long instrumentation for degenerative lumbar scoliosis. They showed that 42 % of the patients with degenerative deformity would decompensate sagittal balance after long instrumentation and fusion.
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Advances and Technical Standards in Neurosurgery: Volume 41 by Florian Ringel MD, Jimmy Villard MD, Yu-Mi Ryang MD, Bernhard Meyer MD (auth.), Johannes Schramm (eds.)