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ALTERATION OF PELVIC PARAMETERS IN ADJACENT SEGMENT DEGENERATION
Objective: To describe the changes in the spino-pelvic parameters obtained after lumbar spine surgery. Methods: Prospective study. Results: The post-surgical pelvic parameters were found as follows: pelvic incidence of 75.75°, sacral slope 46.18°, pelvic tilt 19.68°. The sagittal balance was 30.93 mm, the postoperative lordosis was 66.06°. The surgery has significant effects on the patient's pain and posture. In our analysis, in a 12-month follow-up, we found: four patients (8.8%, two males anddoi:10.1590/s1808-185120181702189442 fatcat:wme6extlxzdsxekjjgikhstbeq