By Burak M. Ozgur (auth.), Burak Ozgur, Edward Benzel, Steven Garfin (eds.)
Minimally Invasive backbone Surgery is a fantastically illustrated atlas describing the 18 most generally permitted minimally invasive methods in backbone surgical procedure. Written through leaders in either neurologic and orthopedic backbone surgical procedure, this publication deals the main updated fabric and the broadest point of view at the topic. techniques diversity from uncomplicated to advanced and canopy the cervical, thoracic and lumbar areas of the spine.
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Unlike CT-based navigation, it does not provide an axial image, which, in most spinal screw fixation procedures, is the critical plane to identify intrusion into the spinal canal by a medially displaced screw. A variation of conventional fluoroscopy, isocentric fluoroscopy, offers some improvements to the limitations of fluoroscopic navigation. This device acquires images intraoperatively by rotating the C-arm in a 1808 arc around the patient. As with conventional CT imaging, the acquired images can then be reconstructed into multiplanar images, including images in the axial plane.
Particularly for C4-5 or C5-6 operations, a routine skin incision at the upper or mid-portion of the neck will produce such a perpendicular surgical trajectory. In this case, the uncinate process lies along the perpendicular surgical trajectory [Figs. 2(a)–(c)]. The skin incision to the point of bone exposure is similar to the general description of the anterior cervical foraminotomy approach. The most medial 1- to 2-mm portions of the transverse processes of both upper and lower vertebrae are removed, and the vertebral artery is identified.
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