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La colocación mínimamente invasiva de los tornillos pediculares puede disminuir la incidencia de cifosis de la unión proximal

Un estudio reciente encontró que el uso de MIS para la colocación de tornillos pediculares en la vértebra instrumentada superior disminuyó la incidencia de cifosis de la unión proximal.

https://spinalnewsinternational.com/srs-minimally-invasive-pedicle-screw-placement/

 

Recuperación de una cirugía mínima invasiva de columna de un conducto lumbar estrecho

Recovery from Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery for Spinal Stenosis

 

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