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1Widening of the safe trajectory range during subaxial cervical pedicle screw placement: advantages of a curved pedicle probe and laterally located starting point without creating a funnel-shaped hole
Subum Lee,Junghan Seo,Moon Kyu Lee,Sang Ryong Jeon,Sung Woo Roh,Seung Chul Rhim,Jin Hoon Park
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2Anatomical evaluation of the vertebral artery (V2) and its influence in cervical spine surgery
Ho Jin Lee,Jung Hee Kim,Il Sup Kim,Jae Taek Hong
Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery.2018;174(2)80
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3MODERN TECHNIQUES OF CERVICAL INSTRUMENTATION IN IMMATURE SKELETON: VIABILITY ASSESSMENT
Ayrana Soares Aires,Luís Eduardo Carelli Teixeira da Silva,Alderico Girão Campos de Barros,Gustavo Borges Laurindo de Azevedo,Cleiton Dias Naves
Coluna/Columna.2017;16(4)274
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4Cervical pedicle screw instrumentation is more reliable with O-arm-based 3D navigation: analysis of cervical pedicle screw placement accuracy with O-arm-based 3D navigation
Sourabh Chachan,Hamid Rahmatullah Bin Abd Razak,Wee Lim Loo,John Carson Allen,Dinesh Shree Kumar
European Spine Journal.2018;27(11)2729
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5Morphological Study of Subaxial Cervical Pedicles by Using Three-Dimensional Computed Tomography Reconstruction Image
Kanthika WASINPONGWANICH,Permsak PAHOLPAK,Panya TUAMSUK,Winai SIRICHATIVAPEE,Taweechok WISANUYOTIN,Weerachai KOSUWON,Polasak JEERAVIPOOLVARN
Neurologia medico-chirurgica.2014;54(9)736
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6Reconstruction of the Subaxial Cervical Spine Using Pedicle Screw Instrumentation
Kuniyoshi Abumi,Manabu Ito,Hideki Sudo
Spine.2012;37(5)E349
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7Application of a non-invasive reference headband and a surgical splint for intraoperative paediatric navigation
Y. Opdenakker,G. Swennen,J. Abeloos
International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.2017;46(3)360
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8Preliminary application of a multi-level 3D printing drill guide template for pedicle screw placement in severe and rigid scoliosis
Kun Liu,Qiang Zhang,Xin Li,Changsong Zhao,Xuemin Quan,Rugang Zhao,Zongfeng Chen,Yansheng Li
European Spine Journal.2017;26(6)1684
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9Intraoperative Three-Dimensional Navigation for Talocalcaneal Coalition Resection
William R. Aibinder,Ernest Y. Young,Todd A. Milbrandt
The Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery.2017;56(5)1091
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10A Review of the Historical Evolution, Biomechanical Advantage, Clinical Applications, and Safe Insertion Techniques of Cervical Pedicle Screw Fixation
Venkata Ramakrishna Tukkapuram,Abumi Kuniyoshi,Manabu Ito
Spine Surgery and Related Research.2019;3(2)126
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11Intraoperative Computed Tomography With an Integrated Navigation System in Stabilization Surgery for Complex Craniovertebral Junction Malformation
Xinguang Yu,Lianfeng Li,Peng Wang,Yiheng Yin,Bo Bu,Dingbiao Zhou
Journal of Spinal Disorders and Techniques.2014;27(5)245
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12Application of a novel 3D drill template for cervical pedicle screw tunnel design: a cadaveric study
Zhengxi Yu,Guodong Zhang,Xuanhuang Chen,Xu Chen,Changfu Wu,Yijun Lin,Wenhua Huang,Haibin Lin
European Spine Journal.2017;26(9)2348
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13Feasibility of mixed reality–based intraoperative three-dimensional image-guided navigation for atlanto-axial pedicle screw placement
Xinghuo Wu,Rong Liu,Song Xu,Cao Yang,Shuhua Yang,Zengwu Shao,Suyun Li,Zhewei Ye
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of Engineering in Medicine.2019;26(9)095441191988125
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14Cervical spondylotic myelopathy: posterior decompression and pedicle screw fixation
Kuniyoshi Abumi
European Spine Journal.2015;24(S2)186
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15Cervical spondylotic myelopathy: posterior decompression and pedicle screw fixation
Teija Lund,Timo Laine,Heikki Österman,Timo Yrjönen,Dietrich Schlenzka
European Spine Journal.2014;24(S2)677
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16Safety and Efficacy of Reconstruction of Complex Cervical Spine Pathology Using Pedicle Screws Inserted with Stealth Navigation and 3D Image-Guided (O-Arm) Technology
Alexander A. Theologis,Shane Burch
Spine.2015;40(18)1397
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