Specific intraoperative alignment goals benefit patients with severe cervical deformity
By Admin | October 14, 2019
CHICAGO — Surgical outcomes and improved health-related quality of life scores can be achieved at 1 year postoperatively when patients with more severe cervical deformity alignment are managed with surgical plans that take their unique spinal parameters into account, a presenter said at the North American Spine Society Annual Meeting.
Sohrab Virk, MD, and his colleagues at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York identified the three groups of more severe morphotypes of cervical deformity that need to be managed differently to be patients with cervicothoracic, flat neck and focal or kyphotic deformity.
For more information please read, Specific intraoperative alignment goals benefit patients with severe cervical deformity, by Healio Orthopedics Today.