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Regarding loads after spinal fusion, every level should be seen separately: a musculoskeletal analysis

Benditz, A. ; Auer, S. ; Spörrer, J. F. ; Wolkerstorfer, S. ; Grifka, J. ; Suess, F. ; Dendorfer, S.


The number of spinal fusion surgeries is steadily increasing and biomechanical consequences are still in debate. The aim of this study is to provide biomechanical insights into the sagittal balance of the spine and to compare spinal load before and after spinal fusion. The joint reaction forces of 52 patients were analyzed in proximo-distal and antero-posterior direction from the levels T12-L1 to ...


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