22 July 2020>: Clinical Research
Effectiveness of Short-Segment Fixation versus Long-Segment Fixation for Degenerative Scoliosis with Cobb Angle 20°~40°: A Retrospective Observational StudyYuanqiang Li ABCDEF , Yunsheng Ou AEFG* , Yong Zhu ABE , Bin He BCF , Shuai Xu BC , Haoyang Yu BCD
Med Sci Monit 2020; 26:e923656
Figure 3 Long-segment fixation. A 65-year-old male patient. (A, B) X-ray films of the whole spine in standard standing position before operation: Cobb angle: 36.35°, SVA: 63.35 mm, TK: 19.63°, TLK: 9.35°, LL: 19.28°, PI: 43.03°, PT: 20.37°, SS: 23.99°; (C, D) The X-ray film of left and right bending position before operation; (E) Sagittal MRI before operation; (F, G) Four months after operation, X-ray films of the whole spine in standard standing position: Cobb angle: 17.41°, SVA: 19.34 mm, TK: 17.53°, TLK: 6.79°, LL: 36.28°, PI: 41.42°, PT: 14.66°, SS: 26.02°; (H) At the eighth month after operation, patients with vertebral compression fractures, and percutaneous vertebroplasty (PVP) was performed.