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A Case of Crushing Burn Injury: A Case Report

Park D, Lee J, Baik B, Yang W

Crushing burn injury on the hand is relatively rare these days. Still, the effect of the combined thermal and press damage is very severe, and, therefore, the deformity or disability...
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Nail sparing and sub-nail bed approach for the excision of subungual glomus tumors

Nam JJ, Kim YB, Kim JJ, Choi IC, Park JW

Purpose: The excision of subungual glomus tumors on the distal phalanx may cause nail deformities. Herein, we report our nail-sparing and sub-nail bed approach for the excision of subungual glomus...
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Proximal Junctional Kyphosis in Adult Spinal Deformity: Definition, Classification, Risk Factors, and Prevention Strategies

Kim HJ, Yang JH, Chang DG, Suk SI, Suh SW, Kim SI, Song KS, Park JB, Cho W

Proximal junctional problems are among the potential complications of surgery for adult spinal deformity (ASD) and are associated with higher morbidity and increased rates of revision surgery. The diverse manifestations...
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The Effect of Discharging Patients with Low Hemoglobin Levels on Hospital Readmission and Quality of Life after Adult Spinal Deformity Surgery

Nabi V, Ayhan S, Yuksel S, Adhikari P, Vila-Casademunt A, Pellise F, Perez-Grueso FS, Alanay A, Obeid I, Kleinstueck F, Acaroglu E, European Spine Study Group

Study Design: Retrospective cohort. Purpose: This study aims to evaluate the impact of anemia on functional outcomes, health-related quality of life (HRQoL), and early hospital readmission (EHR) rates after adult spinal...
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Utility of the MISDEF2 Algorithm and Extent of Fusion in Open Adult Spinal Deformity Surgery With Minimum 2-Year Follow-up

Li B, Hawryluk G, Mummaneni PV, Wang M, Mehra R, Wang M, Lau D, Mayer R, Fu KM, Chou D

Objective: Long-segment fusion in adult spinal deformity (ASD) is often needed, but more focal surgeries may provide significant relief with less morbidity. The minimally invasive spinal deformity surgery (MISDEF2) algorithm...
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Multiple-Rod Constructs Do Not Reduce Pseudarthrosis and Rod Fracture After Pedicle Subtraction Osteotomy for Adult Spinal Deformity Correction but Improve Quality of Life

Bourghli A, Boissière L, Kieser D, Larrieu D, Pizones J, Alanay A, Pellisé F, Kleinstück F, Obeid I, on behalf of the European Spine Study Group

Objective: To compare the radiological and functional outcomes and complications of adult spinal deformity patients who underwent a pedicle subtraction osteotomy (PSO) below L2 but categorized according to their construct...
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Etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of iatrogenic spinal deformity

Chung NS

Background: Spinal fusion is a common procedure that provides spinal stability by connecting vertebral segments using a bone graft. Because the spinal alignment is fixed permanently after spinal fusion, a...
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Health insurance policy on surgical treatment of adult spinal deformity

Kim HJ

Background: Recent burgeoning research on adult spinal deformity (ASD) has unveiled the benefits of surgical treatment and how to gain the benefits although these have only been around for 10...
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A Case of Surgical Correction of Nasal Vestibular Stenosis

Park SW, Jeon YJ, Kim SW, Cho HJ

Nasal vestibular stenosis is an uncommon cause of nasal obstruction. There are various causes of the narrowing of vestibule, including previous trauma, surgery, infection, and iatrogenic injury. The disease is...
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Impact of Myelopathy Severity and Degree of Deformity on Postoperative Outcomes in Cervical Spinal Deformity Patients

Passias PG, Pierce KE, Kummer N, Krol O, Passfall L, Janjua MB, Sciubba D, Ahmad W, Naessig S, Diebo B

Objective: Malalignment of the cervical spine can result in cord compression, leading to a myelopathy diagnosis. Whether deformity or myelopathy severity is stronger predictors of surgical outcomes is understudied. Methods: Surgical...
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Clinical, Radiographic, and Genetic Analyses in a Population-Based Cohort of Adult Spinal Deformity in the Older Population

Shin JJ, Kim B, Kang J, Choi J, Moon BJ, Ryu DS, Yoon SH, Chin DK, Lee JK, Kim KN, Ha Y

Objective: This study aimed to identify the sagittal parameters associated with health-related quality of life and genetic variations that increase the risk of adult spinal deformity (ASD) onset in the...
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Which Is More Predictive Value for Mechanical Complications: Fixed Thoracolumbar Alignment (T1 Pelvic Angle) Versus Dynamic Global Balance Parameter (Odontoid-Hip Axis Angle)

Kim KR, Le Huec JC, Jang HJ, Noh SH, Park JY, Ha Y, Kuh SU, Chin DK, Kim KS, Jin BH, Cho YE, Kim KH

Objective: In this study, we investigate about relationship between postoperative global sagittal imbalance and occurrence of mechanical complications after adult spinal deformity (ASD) surgery. In global sagittal balance parameters, odontoid-hip...
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A Comparative Biomechanical Analysis of Various Rod Configurations Following Anterior Column Realignment and Pedicle Subtraction Osteotomy

Mumtaz M, Mendoza J, Vosoughi AS, Unger AS, Goel VK

Objective: The objective of this study was to compare the biomechanical differences of different rod configurations following anterior column realignment (ACR) and pedicle subtraction osteotomy (PSO) for an optimal correction...
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Ligament Augmentation With Mersilene Tape Reduces the Rates of Proximal Junctional Kyphosis and Failure in Adult Spinal Deformity

Rodnoi P, Le H, Hiatt L, Wick J, Barber J, Javidan Y, Roberto R, Klineberg EO

Objective: To investigate prevention of proximal junctional kyphosis (PJK) and failure (PJF) following adult spinal deformity (ASD) surgery utilizing a novel technique of posterior ligament augmentation with polyester fiber tether. Methods:...
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Be Prepared: Preoperative Coronal Malalignment Often Leads to More Extensive Surgery Than Sagittal Malalignment During Adult Spinal Deformity Surgery

Zuckerman SL, Lai CS, Shen Y, Kerolus MG, Ha AS, Buchanan IA, Lee NJ, Leung E, Cerpa M, Lehman RA, Lenke LG

Objective: To evaluate the effect of coronal alignment on: (1) surgical invasiveness and operative complexity and (2) postoperative complications. Methods: A retrospective, cohort study of adult spinal deformity patients was conducted....
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Utilization of S1 Foraminal Hooks for Augmentation of S1 Screws in Adult Spinal Deformity Surgery: Comparative Study With Iliac Screws

Choi HY, Jo DJ

Objective: To compare the outcomes of S1 foraminal hooks and iliac screws regarding fusion rate at the lumbosacral junction and protective effects on S1 screws. Methods: From January 2017 to December...
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Lordosis Distribution Index in Short-Segment Lumbar Spine Fusion – Can Ideal Lordosis Reduce Revision Surgery and Iatrogenic Deformity?

Bari TJ, Heegaard M, Bech-Azeddine R, Dahl B, Gehrchen M

Objective: The demand for spinal fusion is increasing, with concurrent reports of iatrogenic adult spinal deformity (flatback deformity) possibly due to inappropriate lordosis distribution. This distribution is assessed using the...
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Incidence of Chronic Periscapular Pain After Adult Thoracolumbar Deformity Correction and Impact on Outcomes

Haddad AF, Scheer JK, Fury MT, Smith JS, Deviren V, Ames CP

Objective: Extension of the posterior upper-most instrumented vertebra (UIV) into the upper thoracic (UT) spine allows for greater deformity correction and reduced incidence of proximal junction kyphosis (PJK) in adult...
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Prioritization of Realignment Associated With Superior Clinical Outcomes for Cervical Deformity Patients

Pierce KE, Passias PG, Brown AE, Bortz CA, Alas H, Passfall L, Krol O, Kummer N, Lafage R, Chou D, Burton DC, Line B, Klineberg E, Hart R, Gum J, Daniels A, Hamilton K, Bess S, Protopsaltis T, Shaffrey C, Schwab FA, Smith JS, Lafage V, Ames C, on behalf of the International Spine Study Group (ISSG)

Objective: To prioritize the cervical parameter targets for alignment. Methods: Included: cervical deformity (CD) patients (C2–7 Cobb angle > 10°, cervical lordosis > 10°, cervical sagittal vertical axis [cSVA] > 4...
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Correlation of Paraspinal Muscle Mass With Decompensation of Sagittal Adult Spinal Deformity After Setting of Fatigue Post 10-Minute Walk

Bae J, Sathe A, Lee SM, Theologis AA, Deviren V, Lee SH

Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate the changes in spinopelvic parameters before and after the setting of muscle fatigue along with its correlation with pre-existing paraspinal and...
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