4 edition of Management of thoracolumbar fractures found in the catalog.
Management of thoracolumbar fractures
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Gelb D, Ludwig S, Karp J, Chung E, Werner C, Kim T, et al. Successful treatment of thoracolumbar fractures with short-segment pedicle instrumentation. J Spinal Disord Tech. ;23(5)– CrossRef PubMed Google Scholar. Fractures of the thoracolumbar spine represent 90% of all spine fractures, followed by cervical and lastly by lumbar spine fractures. This area is made up of T11 to L2 vertebrae, and it is considered biomechanically the weakest point in the spine. 1, 2 Vertebral fractures are divided in 3 groups according to (Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Cited by:
Thoracolumbar fracture Management. Courtesy: Sandeep Sonone, Kshitij Chaudhary, SORC, Mumbai. Seattle Science Foundation Thoracolumbar fracture Classifications. Courtesy: John France MD Seattle Science Fondation Get explanatory answers from our book. Postgraduate. Traumatic spinal fractures of the thoracolumbar area represent approximately 90% of all spinal fractures, with more than , of these fractures occurring annually in North America. 17 These injuries can result in loss of neurological function, pain, disability, and deformity, and represent a great economic burden to society. 9,13,19 Therefore, it is incumbent on the treating physician to Cited by:
Abstract Aim: Provide a comprehensive review of literature regarding the classification systems and surgical management of thoracolumbar spine trauma. Methods: A Pubmed search of ‘thoracolumbar’, ‘spine’, ‘fracture’ was used on Janu Exclusionary criteria included non-Human studies, case reports, and non-clinical papers. McDonough PW, Davis R, Tribus C, Zdeblick TA. The management of acute thoracolumbar burst fractures with anterior corpectomy and Z-plate fixation. Spine (Phila Pa ) ; Spector LR, Madigan L, Rhyne A, et al. Cauda equina syndrome. J Am Acad Orthop Surg ;
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Biomechanically the thoracolumbar spine is predisposed to a higher incidence of spinal injuries. Computed tomography provides adequate bony detail for assessing spinal stability while magnetic resonance imaging shows injuries to soft tissues (posterior. Management of Thoracolumbar Fractures Part of the AAOS 'Monograph' series, this title offers orthopaedic surgeons detailed information and instruction relating to thoracolumbar fractures.
Part of the AAOS 'Monograph' series, this title offers orthopaedic surgeons detailed information and instruction relating to thoracolumbar fractures. This article reviews the conflicting results and recommendations for management of thoracolumbar fractures of currently published reports.
Specifically, it addresses issues regarding evaluation of stability, indications for operative treatment, timing of surgery, surgical approach, and fusion by: 5. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Management of thoracolumbar fractures.
Rosemont, IL: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, © The thoracolumbar spine represents a unique system from a skeletal as well as neurological standpoint. The rigid rib-bearing thoracic spine articulates with the more mobile lumbar spine at the thoracolumbar junction (T10 - L2), the site of most by: Traumatic fractures of the thoracolumbar spine, especially the thoracolumbar junction (T10–L2), are the most common fractures of the spinal column.
The transition from the less mobile thoracic spine with its associated ribs and sternum to the more dynamic lumbar spine makes this an area of great biomechanical by: The Frankel scale for the recovery of neurologic function between the anterior and posterior approaches in the treatment of thoracolumbar fractures.
Analysis of complications after surgery In 8 studies, patients were included, in which patients underwent the anterior approach and underwent the posterior by: The most common fractures of the spine are associated with the thoracolumbar junction.
The goals of treatment of thoracolumbar fracture are leading to early mobilization and rehabilitation by restoring mechanical stability of fracture and inducing neurologic recovery, thereby enabling patients to return to the by: 2. Sixta S, Moore F, Ditillo M, et al. Screening for thoracolumbar spinal injuries in blunt trauma: An Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma practice management guideline.
Journal of Trauma Acute Care Surgery. ;73(5) 3. Berstein M. Easily missed thoracolumbar spine fractures. European Journal of Radiology. ; 4. Vertebral compression fractures (VCFs) are the most common complication of osteoporosis, affecting more thanAmericans annually.
Fracture risk increases with age, with four in 10 white Cited by: EPIDEMIOLOGY Prevalence / Incidence: Thoracic and lumbar fractures account for 30% to 50% of all spinal injuries in trauma patients Majority of thoracic and lumbar injuries occur within the region between T11 and L1, commonly referred to as the thoracolumbar junction The thoracolumbar junction is a transition zone between the relatively stiff.
Gaines R W, Humphreys W G. A plea for judgement in management of thoracolumbar fractures and fracture-dislocations. Clin Orthop ; Jacobs R R, Asher M A, Snider R K. Thoracolumbar Cited by: Fractures of the thoracolumbar spine account for 1% to 2% of all pediatric fractures.
The most common cause of pediatric spine trauma is motor vehicle accidents (even when seat belts are used), which lead to 33% to 58% of all injuries. Fractures of the thoracic and lumbar spine may result from high-energy trauma, such as a: Car or motorcycle crash; Fall from height; Sports accident; Violent act, such as a gunshot wound; Many times, these patients have additional serious injuries that require rapid treatment.
The spinal cord may also be injured, depending on the severity of the fracture. e management of thoraco lumbar fractures is highly controver sial, and there is no generally accepted treatmen t method [3,4]. e main point of discussion is the stability of the v ertebral. Thoracolumbar Fractures.
35A. Classification. 35B. Treatment of Thoracolumbar Burst Fractures. 35C. Identification, Classification, Mechanism, and Treatment of Thoracolumbar Fracture-Dislocations. 35D. Fractures of the Low Lumbar Fractures.
35E. New Concepts in the Management of Thoracolumbar Fractures. Fractures in the Anklyosed Spine. Format: Book. General Principles and Indication for Conservative Treatment of Thoracolumbar Spine Fractures. This spine surgery lecture discusses the conservative treatment of thoracolumbar spine fractures.
In it, the stabilising factors of thoracolumbar spine are looked at, and the principles of conservative management. The thoracolumbar junction (TL1) is involved in 15% of cases. It is a fragile area, concerned by half of all thoracic and lumbar spine fractures, at the junction between the relatively immobile thoracic kyphosis and the more mobile lumbar by: The simplicity of the Thoracolumbar Injury Classification and Severity Score system serves as a strength and a potential weakness of its application.
The system accurately directs management of thoracolumbar fractures associated with high energy, instability, or neurologic compromise, and low-energy single-column : Erik Magnusson, Nicholas Spina, Navin D. Fernando. Thoracolumbar spinal fracture classification systems are numerous and represent attempts by various authors to create systems that allow uniform and reproducible classification and description of thoracolumbar fractures which in turn can help with treatment decision making and prognostication.
Despite numerous systems being proposed over the past century no universally accepted and. (OBQ) A year-old male sustained an L4 burst fracture in a car accident five days ago. On initial presentation he was neurologically intact and treated in a thoracolumbar orthosis.
In the last two days he has noticed increasing difficulty voiding, decreased /5. Davis W E, Morris J H, Hill V () An analysis of conservative (non-surgical) management of thoracolumbar fractures and fracture-dislocations with neural damage.
J Bone Joint Surg 62A: –Cited by: Bakhsheshian J, Dahdaleh N, Fakurnejad S, Scheer J, Smith Z. Evidence-based management of traumatic thoracolumbar burst fractures: a systematic review of nonoperative management. Meurosurg Focus. ;37(1) Google ScholarCited by: