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2001 Abstract Management of fixed sagittal plane deformity results of the transpedicular wedge resection osteotomy

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Spine. 2001 Sep 15;26(18):2036-43.Links Management of fixed sagittal plane deformity: results of the transpedicular wedge resection osteotomy.
Berven SH, Deviren V, Smith JA, Emami A, Hu SS, Bradford DS. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of California, San Francisco, California, USA.
CONCLUSIONS: The transpedicular wedge resection osteotomy is an effective procedure for the management...
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2001 Abstract Relevance of Cobb method in progressing sagittal plane spinal deformity

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Med J Malaysia. 2001 Dec;56 Suppl D:48-53.Links Relevance of Cobb method in progressing sagittal plane spinal deformity.
Harwant S. Orthopaedic Unit, Universiti Putra Malaysia, 8th Floor, Grand Seasons Avenue, 72, Jalan Pahang, 53000, Kuala Lumpur.
Non-traumatic, progressing sagittal plane deformities are uncommon, but can lead to neurological deficit if untreated. The currently used Cobb...
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2003 Abstract Sagittal plane deformity in the thoracic spine

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Sagittal plane deformity in the thoracic spine: A clue to the presence of syringomyelia as a cause of scoliosis Auteur(s) / Author(s) OUELLET Jean A. (1) ; LAPLAZA Javier (2) ; ERICKSON Mark A. (3) ; BIRCH John G. (3) ; BURKE Stephen (2) ; BROWNE Richard (3) ; Author(s) Affiliation(s) (1) McGill...
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2003 Management of Iatrogenic Flat-Back Syndrome Medscape

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From Neurosurg Focus 15(3), 2003
Management of Iatrogenic Flat-Back Syndrome
Posted 11/03/2003 Gregory C. Wiggins, M.D., Stephen L. Ondra, M.D., Christopher I. Shaffrey, M.D.
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Iatrogenic loss of lordosis is now frequently recognized as a complication following placement of thoracolumbar instrumentation, especially with distraction instrumentation. Flat-back syndrome is characterized by...
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PubMed Literature Search for Lordosis Flat-back or Sagittal Plane Deformity

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Search string (lordosis[title] OR (flat-back[title] OR ("sagittal plane"[title] deformity[title]))) with limits - human, after 1990, with abstract.
Yielded 131 citations Aug 2007. Use the Create Bibliography button for this link.
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Stiff Person Syndrome eMedicine Neurology

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Synonyms and related keywords: SPS, stiff man syndrome, SMS, stiff baby syndrome, SBS, hyperekplexia, Moersch-Woltmann syndrome, stiff woman syndrome, stiff limb syndrome
Author: Nancy Rodgers-Neame, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, University of South Florida, Florida Comprehensive Epilepsy and Seizure Disorders Program
Clinically, stiff person syndrome is characterized by...
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