Luque's instrumentation for the spinal disorders
各種脊椎疾患に対するLuque's Instrumentationの経験

Yasumasa Yamaguchi, Takeshi Imai, Osamu Kiyuna, Yoshifumi Sunami, Hiroo Fujiwara
1987 Orthopedics & Traumatology  
Twenty-four patients with spinal disorders were treated by Luque's segmental spinal instrumentation. We used this method for the purpose of increasing stability and reducing the period of postoperative bed rest. This surgery was performed on four cases with spinal fracture, four cases with metastatic spinal tumor, two cases with unstable spine, four cases with spondylolytic spondylolisthesis and ten cases with degenerative spondylolisthesis. The patients with the fractured spine were allowed to
more » ... sit on the bed on the first postoperative day, and other cases on the seventh postoperative day. The patients were allowed to sit and walk with the William's flexion brace. We recognized two complications. One was pain of the sacral region which was noticed in some cases, and another was a wire breakage seen only in one case.
doi:10.5035/nishiseisai.36.150 fatcat:4tl6plrw4jfedcmg2iwufl7bfi