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Case Examples

 

 

Female patient with kyphosis and lumbar scoliosis, treated with lumbar osteotomies and a T4 to the pelvis fusion:

Female patient with kyphosis and lumbar scoliosis, treated with lumbar osteotomies and a T4 to the pelvis fusion

Young female with untreated adolescent scoliosis, treated with T4 to L4 fusion:

Young female with untreated adolescent scoliosis, treated with T4 to L4 fusion

Male with untreated adolescent scoliosis, treated with T4 to L4 fusion:

Male with untreated adolescent scoliosis, treated with T4 to L4 fusion

Female with kypho-scoliosis, treated with T5 to pelvis fusion:

Female with kypho-scoliosis, treated with T5 to pelvis fusion

Female with previous deformity surgery and now with proximal junction kyphosis, treated with a T10 vertebral column resection and extension of fusion:

Female with previous deformity surgery and now with proximal junction kyphosis, treated with a T10 vertebral column resection and extension of fusion

Female with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, treated with T4 to L3 posterior fusion:

Female with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, treated with T4 to L3 posterior fusion

Young female with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, treated with T4 to L4 posterior fusion:

Young female with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, treated with T4 to L4 posterior fusion

Female with lumbar kyphosis and scoliosis, treated with T10 to pelvis fusion:

Female with lumbar kyphosis and scoliosis, treated with T10 to pelvis fusion

Female with cervical kyphosis due to previous surgery, treated with cervical osteotomies and a C2 to T2 posterior fusion:

Female with cervical kyphosis due to previous surgery, treated with cervical osteotomies and a C2 to T2 posterior fusion

Female with failed back syndrome and kyphosis, treated with an L3 pedicle subtraction osteotomy and T10 to the pelvis fusion:

Female with failed back syndrome and kyphosis, treated with an L3 pedicle subtraction osteotomy and T10 to the pelvis fusion