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Asian Spine Journal
Cervical kyphosis is a rare condition that can cause significant functional disability and myelopathy. Deciding the appropriate treatment for such deformities is challenging for the surgeon. Patients often present with axial neck pain, and it is not uncommon to find coexisting radicu lopathy or myelopathy. The optimal approach for addressing this complex issue remains controversial. A comprehensive surgical plan based on knowledge of the pathology and biomechanics is important for kyphosisdoi:10.31616/asj.2018.0086 pmid:30326684 fatcat:gbmgdzfqrzesjnc6tr2gozr5iq