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MIS revision of de novo scoliosis and stenosis, following open spinal instrumentation

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Surgeon

Nils Hansen-Algenstaedt

Video number

16-007

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Introduction

In this film we present a surgical revision technique for implant removal with posterior percutaneous instrumentation, release, minimal-invasive multi segmental osteotomy as well as minimal invasive circumferential interbody fusion.

The 81 year-old patient with previous posterior spinal fusion, has a history of post traumatic kyphoscoliosis following conservative treatment of an L1 osteoporotic vertebral compression fracture. X-rays and MRI of the whole spine show a kyphoscoliosis, spinal canal stenosis, an old L1 fracture, adjacent segment disease and a L4-S1 spondylodesis.

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