Dynamic Imaging Study Suggests Some DS Patients May Not Require Fusion Surgery to Improve

Dynamic Imaging Study Suggests Some DS Patients May Not Require Fusion Surgery to Improve

An in vivo dynamic radiographic imaging study of two sets of subjects (symptomatic and asymptomatic) revealed that some degenerative spondylolisthesis (DS) patients showed a greater range of aberrant motion, creating occult instability, in their mid-range kinematic images than previously exhibited on static imaging studies. The new data could have important clinical and diagnostic implications, as […]

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