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Treatment of Adult Spinal Deformity with Sagittal Imbalance Using Oblique Lumbar Interbody Fusion: Can We Predict How Much Lordosis Correction Is Possible?

Kim WJ, Lee JW, Park KY, Chang SH, Song DG, Choy WS

STUDY DESIGN: Prospective, single-center study. PURPOSE: The current trend of operative treatment for adult spinal deformity (ASD) is combined anterior-posterior staged surgery. When anterior surgery was first performed, oblique lumbar interbody...
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Effect of Indirect Neural Decompression with Oblique Lateral Interbody Fusion Was Influenced by Preoperative Lumbar Lordosis in Adult Spinal Deformity Surgery

Beng TB, Kotani Y, Sia U, Gonchar I

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective clinical study on the indirect decompressive effect of oblique lateral interbody fusion (OLIF) for adult spinal deformity. PURPOSE: To evaluate the effect of interbody distraction by OLIF for...
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Prevention of Adjacent Segmental Disease after Fusion in Degenerative Spinal Disorder: Correlation between Segmental Lumbar Lordosis Ratio and Pelvic Incidence–Lumbar Lordosis Mismatch for a Minimum 5-Year Follow-up

Kim WJ, Ma CH, Kim SH, Min YS, Lee JW, Chang SH, Park KH, Park KY, Song DG, Choy WS

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective study. PURPOSE: Associations among risk factors related to adjacent segmental disease (ASD) remain unclear. We evaluated the risk factors and segmental lordosis ratio to prevent ASD developing after...
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Segmental Lordosis of the Spondylolytic Vertebrae in Adolescent Lumbar Spondylolysis: Differences between Bilateral L5 and L4 Spondylolysis

Sugawara K, Iesato N, Katayose M

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective study. PURPOSE: This study aimed to investigate whether segmental lumbar hyperlordosis of the affected vertebra in patients with spondylolysis occurs only at L5 or also occurs at L4. OVERVIEW...
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The Effect of Cervical Lordosis on Cervical Disc Degeneration in Patients with a High T1 Slope

Hong SH, Lee SH, Park BM, Song KS, Lim ST

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective evaluation. OBJECTIVES: To analyze the effect of cervical lordosis on cervical disc degeneration in patients with a high T1 slope. SUMMARY OF LITERATURE REVIEW: The T1 slope is known...
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Impact of Fat Infiltration in Cervical Extensor Muscles on Cervical Lordosis and Neck Pain: A Cross-Sectional Study

Kim CY, Lee SM, Lim SA, Choi YS

BACKGROUND: Weakness of cervical extensor muscles causes loss of cervical lordosis, which could also cause neck pain. The aim of this study was to investigate the impact of fat infiltration...
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A Prospective Study of Clinical and Radiological Outcomes of Zero-Profile Cage Screw Implants for Single-Level Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion: Is Segmental Lordosis Maintained at 2 Years?

Basu S, Rathinavelu S

STUDY DESIGN: Prospective cohort study. PURPOSE: To study clinicoradiological parameters of zero-profile cage screw used for anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF). OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: Radiological parameters of various implants used for...
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Postoperative Increase in Occiput-C2 Angle Negatively Impacts Subaxial Lordosis after Occipito-Upper Cervical Posterior Fusion Surgery

Inada T, Furuya T, Kamiya K, Ota M, Maki S, Suzuki T, Takahashi , Yamazaki M, Aramomi M, Mannoji C, Koda M

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective case series. PURPOSE: To elucidate the impact of postoperative occiput-C2 (O-C2) angle change on subaxial cervical alignment. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: In the case of occipito-upper cervical fixation surgery, it...
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Assessment of Lumbar Lordosis and Lumbar Core Strength in Information Technology Professionals

Mehta RS, Nagrale S, Dabadghav , Rairikar S, Shayam A, Sancheti P

STUDY DESIGN: Observational study. PURPOSE: To correlate lumbar lordosis and lumbar core strength in information technology (IT) professionals. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: IT professionals have to work for long hours in a sitting...
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Restoration of Segmental Lordosis and Related Factors in Interbody Fusion for Degenerative Lumbar Disease

Kim EH, Seo JM, Ahn JH

STUDY DESIGN: A retrospective study. OBJECTIVES: To analyze restoration of segmental lordosis and factors related to interbody fusion and the fusion rate with degenerative lumbar disease. SUMMARY OF LITERATURE REVIEW: Few studies...
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The Effect of Standing and Different Sitting Positions on Lumbar Lordosis: Radiographic Study of 30 Healthy Volunteers

Cho IY, Park SY, Park JH, Kim TK, Jung TW, Lee HM

STUDY DESIGN: Radiographic review of healthy volunteers. PURPOSE: To determine the ideal sitting positions by measuring changes in lumbar lordosis (LL) and pelvic parameters (PPs) in various positions. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: Prolonged...
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The Impact of Lumbar Lordosis on the Adjacent Segment Disease after Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion

Kim KT, Suk KS, Lee SH, Lee JH, Kim MH, Park DH, Huh DS, Kim DH

STUDY DESIGN: A retrospective study. OBJECTIVES: We analyzed the risk factors and relevance of lumbar lordosis on the incidence of adjacent segment disease after posterior lumbar interbody fusion. SUMMARY OF LITERATURE REVIEW:...
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Evaluating Kyphosis and Lordosis in Students by Using a Flexible Ruler and Their Relationship with Severity and Frequency of Thoracic and Lumbar Pain

Mirbagheri SS, Rahmani-Rasa A, Farmani F, Amini P, Nikoo MR

STUDY DESIGN: A cross-sectional, descriptive study. PURPOSE: This study aimed to investigate the relationship between kyphosis and lordosis measured by using a flexible ruler and musculoskeletal pain in students of Hamadan...
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Restoration of Lumbar Lordosis in Flat Back Deformity: Optimal Degree of Correction

Kim KT, Lee SH, Huh DS, Kim HJ, Kim JY, Lee JH

STUDY DESIGN: A retrospective comparative study. PURPOSE: To provide an ideal correction angle of lumbar lordosis (LL) in degenerative flat back deformity. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: The degree of correction in degenerative flat...
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Response to "Commentary on Lumbar Lordosis in Chronic Mechanical Back Pain"

Ashraf A, Farahangiz S, Pakniat Jahromi B, Setayeshpour N, Naseri M, Nasseri A

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Response to Comments on "Correlation between Radiologic Sign of Lumbar Lordosis and Functional Status in Patients with Chronic Mechanical Low Back Pain"

Ashraf A, Farahangiz S, Pakniat Jahromi B, Setayeshpour N, Naseri M, Nasseri A

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Commentary on Lumbar Lordosis in Chronic Mechanical Back Pain

Kothari MK, Saini P, Tikoo A

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Correlation between Radiologic Sign of Lumbar Lordosis and Functional Status in Patients with Chronic Mechanical Low Back Pain

Ashraf A, Farahangiz S, Pakniat Jahromi B, Setayeshpour N, Naseri M, Nasseri A

STUDY DESIGN: A cross-sectional study. PURPOSE: To describe the correlation between lumbar lordosis angle and functional status of patients with chronic mechanical low back pain (CMLBP). OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: There are different...
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Lumbar Lordosis Restoration with an Eight Degree Cage in Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion for Lumbar Degenerative Disease

Kim YT, Cho KJ, Park JY, Yang JH

  • KMID: 2336311
  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 2014 Jun;49(3):177-184.
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to determine how much lumbar lordosis is restored with an eight degree cage in posterior lumbar interbody fusion (PLIF) for degenerative lumbar spinal...
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Relationship between Lumbar Lordosis and Asymmetry of Facet Joints

Cho SH, Shim JK, Park HM, Yoon DM, Kim WO, Yoon KB

BACKGROUND: Facet joint is an important structure not only contributing to the stability of the lumbar motion segments but also causing low back pain. Hypothetically, the more lumbar lordosis decreases,...
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