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A 3D Spine and Full Skeleton Model for Opto-Electronic Stereo- Photogrammetric Multi-Sensor Biomechanical Analysis in Posture and Gait [chapter]

Moreno D'Amico, Edyta Kinel, Gabriele D'Amico, Piero Roncoletta
2017 Innovations in Spinal Deformities and Postural Disorders  
The aim of this paper is to describe the current level of development of the GOALS system and its versatility as a clinical tool.  ...  The need for quantitative posture and spine shape analysis is recognized as crucial for clinical assessments in physical medicine and rehabilitation [1] and very important in designing and developing treatment  ...  In this case, the model allowed the investigators to also assess the ROMs of the spinal deformity angles as well as the variation of stresses acting on the spine during gait.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.68633 fatcat:g6te6ijtb5farg7uiep4baahii

Preoperative assessment and evaluation of instrumentation strategies for the treatment of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis: computer simulation and optimization

Younes Majdouline, Carl-Eric Aubin, Xiaoyu Wang, Archana Sangole, Hubert Labelle
2012 Scoliosis  
Methods: Eleven surgeons from the Spinal Deformity Study Group independently provided their respective correction objectives for the same patient.  ...  The objective of this study was to develop a numerical model to optimize the instrumentation configurations under given correction objectives.  ...  Background Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) is a threedimensional (3D) local and global deformation of the spine [1] , which may require spinal instrumentation and fusion for severe cases [2] .  ... 
doi:10.1186/1748-7161-7-21 pmid:23181833 pmcid:PMC3546007 fatcat:bg7rg4s6unemxdpzw6tn567kcq

VEPTR: past experience and the future of VEPTR principles

Robert M. Campbell
2013 European spine journal  
Purpose This review summarizes the experience with the vertical expandable prosthetic titanium rib (VEPTR) device, which enables five new procedures to treat complex spine and chest wall abnormalities  ...  The inferior vestigial ribs on the concave side appear too weak for VEPTR attachment. b 3D reconstruction of CT of chest and spine.  ...  At this time, VEPTR outcomes are mostly assessed only by Cobb angle correction on the AP radiograph, so the assessment of the effect of VEPTR treatment on 3D thoracic deformity, function, and growth await  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00586-013-2671-2 pmid:23354777 pmcid:PMC3616470 fatcat:nrtbjjlfsjcd3pumbxud5ifzni

Video-assisted thoracoscopic image-guided spine surgery: evolution of 19 years of experience, from endoscopy to fully integrated 3D navigation

George Hanna, Terrence T. Kim, Syed-Abdullah Uddin, Lindsey Ross, J. Patrick Johnson
2021 Neurosurgical Focus  
One hundred sixteen patients underwent surgery for thoracic disc herniation, 18 for underlying neoplasms with spinal cord compression, 14 for osteomyelitis and discitis, 12 for thoracic deformity with  ...  image-guided surgery, including direct decompression without manipulation of neural elements, superior 3D spatial orientation, and localization of complex spinal anatomy.  ...  Randy De Sesto for their expertise in facilitating these complex procedures and contributions to the information on technology.  ... 
doi:10.3171/2020.10.focus20792 pmid:33386009 fatcat:o6tl7p2wq5b67okupynqayb4dy

Comparison of the biomechanical 3D efficiency of different brace designs for the treatment of scoliosis using a finite element model

Julien Clin, Carl-Eric Aubin, Stefan Parent, Archana Sangole, Hubert Labelle
2010 European spine journal  
The 3D geometry of three patients presenting different types of curves was acquired with a multi-view X-ray technique and surface topography.  ...  The influence of 15 design factors on the 3D correction generated by the brace was evaluated following a design of experiments simulation protocol allowing computing the main and twoway interaction effects  ...  Acknowledgments This study was funded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00586-009-1268-2 pmid:20094736 pmcid:PMC2900013 fatcat:yuvrfewtzbeqrm4vvvui7ghhf4

KSSS 2020 The International Congress of Korean Society of Spine Surgery

2020 Journal of Korean Society of Spine Surgery  
This suggest that NPY have a potential clinical utility as agents for various kinds of clinical situation.  ...  Purpose: Spinal disorders often require spinal fusion to restore a stabilized spine where bone grafts are implanted for the fusion of adjacent vertebra.  ...  We confirmed the quality of muscle near the spine using MR imaging and the correlation with spinal deformity for clinical use.  ... 
doi:10.4184/jkss.2020.27.s1.s1 fatcat:rzbtv5kwmncx5k43bqamfe37oa

In-Depth Oral Presentations and Oral Communications

2010 Journal of Orthopaedics and Traumatology  
the internal relations of the dysfunction/deformity of the lower leg as complete and between the pelvis and the body, and the pelvis and the hip.  ...  Background Minimally invasive spine surgery continues to be a growing trend for orthopaedic and neurosurgical spinal interventions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10195-010-0111-1 fatcat:xqr5j536nzdezlvqrhx4soosge

Additive manufactured metallic implants for orthopaedic applications

Kwok-Chuen Wong, Peter Scheinemann
2018 Science China Materials  
The standard traditional implants may not address the reconstructive challenges such as severe bone deformity or bone loss after implant loosening and bone tumour resection.  ...  Patients may need to adapt to the fixed dimensions of the standard implants. It may result in suboptimal fit to the host bones and possible adverse clinical results.  ...  The AM spinal implants have been recently reported in the treatment of upper cervical spine (C1/2) fusion [12] , complex spinal pathologies such as craniocervical junction tumour or complex spinal congenital  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40843-017-9243-9 fatcat:wzdwyabiqbdytb3f6odxnvyo2u

15. Deutscher Wirbelsäulenkongress

2020 European spine journal  
on which radiologic method to prefer for the assessment of curve flexibility in spinal deformity.  ...  assessing the curve flexibility in spinal deformity *N. te Hennepe 1 , M.  ...  Methods: Between December 2012 and June 2018 clinical records were screened for patients admitted for spondylodiscitis.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00586-020-06630-1 pmid:33078266 fatcat:2e63m5xi7zfmrjjoxffwn5pq5m

Abstracts

2007 European spine journal  
Patients with low back pain frequently show a degeneration of the spinal disc.  ...  Based on this results particles where generated to assess their effect in the spinal region of New Zealand white rabbits.  ...  In severe deformity of supposedly "burnt out cases" correction osteotomy of the spine can be necessary, reconstruct a balanced spine and to reverse the loss of horizontal vision.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00586-007-0524-6 fatcat:pdho6or6x5empeg7zvbnzshzn4

Complex Bone Tumors of the Trunk—The Role of 3D Printing and Navigation in Tumor Orthopedics: A Case Series and Review of the Literature

Martin Schulze, Georg Gosheger, Sebastian Bockholt, Marieke De Vaal, Tymo Budny, Max Tönnemann, Jan Pützler, Albert Schulze Bövingloh, Robert Rischen, Vincent Hofbauer, Timo Lübben, Niklas Deventer (+1 others)
2021 Journal of Personalized Medicine  
The combination of 3D printing and navigation promises improvements in surgical procedures and outcomes for complex bone tumor resection of the trunk, but its features have rarely been described in the  ...  The present results and the review of the current literature reflect the trend and the diverse applications of 3D printing in the medical field. 3D printing at hospital sites is often not standardized,  ...  For spinal screw insertion, a surface registration accuracy of 0.5 mm is advised in CTguided navigation as the clinical threshold [46] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/jpm11060517 fatcat:dd4gqqwpcfbqjlyhpj6aoucm3e

3. Deutscher Wirbelsäulenkongress Nov.08/Ulm

2008 European spine journal  
A posterior instrumentation and correction of the main deformity was also performed from the pelvis to T9.  ...  Discussion: Classification systems for the thoracolumbar region are versatile and its use varies in different regions.  ...  Material and Methods: A total of 17 patients underwent lower ventral decompression and ventral spondylodesis of the cervical spine (1x C4/5, 12x C5/6, 4x C6/7) for degenerative disc disease or for traumatic  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00586-008-0803-x fatcat:ht3nbbfyhbe7vg2goackyfru7i

Abstracts for EuroSpine 2010 Annual Meeting, September 15–17, 2010, Wien, Austria

2010 European spine journal  
If asked, most spine surgeons would answer a one-level ACDF is associated with a 95% fusion rate and 95% excellent clinical results for relief of neck and arm pain.  ...  of the index surgical site and a 70% clinical success.  ...  Jalanko T 60 James S SP29 Janangiri F 64 Jang JW P9 Janssen MMA 21 Jarvers JS SP32, SP36, P75 Jarzem P SP4 Jeszenszky D P15 Jiang L P36 Jiya TU P46 Jones A SP29 Jones-Quaidoo S 48, SP30 Joon-Ki K 12, SP44  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00586-010-1522-7 pmid:20665222 fatcat:3s7dazrnhff4par2xduzdcs7ry

Netter's Concise Radiologic Anatomy

Edward C. Weber Joel A. Vilensky Stephen W. Carmichael Kenneth S. Lee
2014 Zenodo  
Diagnostic medical images are now an integral component of contemporary courses in medical gross anatomy.  ...  Clinical Note Ultrasound of the medial ankle offers a convenient and inexpensive imaging modality for assessing the musculature and neurovascular structures located in the tarsal tunnel.  ...  CT of chest, 191 coronal reconstruction CT of chest, 187 endoluminal 3D reconstruction CT, 193 groove for, 178 left lateral view of mediastinum, 210 and lymph nodes and vessels of lung, 186 mediastinal  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5507220 fatcat:gdschmj73beufhbwnod57lnczi

Imaging in ankylosing spondylitis

Mikkel Østergaard, Robert G.W. Lambert
2012 Therapeutic Advances in Musculoskeletal Disease  
Computed tomography is a sensitive method for assessment of structural changes in the spine and sacroiliac joints, but its clinical utility is limited due to its use of ionizing radiation and lack of ability  ...  Radiography is the conventional, albeit quite insensitive, gold standard method for assessment of structural damage in spine and sacroiliac joints, whereas MRI has gained a decisive role in monitoring  ...  Conflict of interest statement The authors declare no conflicts of interest in preparing this article.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1759720x11436240 pmid:22859929 pmcid:PMC3403247 fatcat:qvpftaam75dqvbvdypwvosv6te
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