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Old and new fashion: Minimally invasive spine surgery for adjacent segmental spinal stenosis after Luque sublaminar wiring and posterolateral fusion - case report-

Title
Old and new fashion: Minimally invasive spine surgery for adjacent segmental spinal stenosis after Luque sublaminar wiring and posterolateral fusion - case report-
Other Titles
Luque 지지대와 추궁하 철사 고정술 및 후외방 유합술 후상위 인접 분절 척추관 협착증의 최소 침습법을 이용한 수술적 치료
Author
강창남
Keywords
루끼 강선 결박술; 인접 분절 척추관 협착증; 최소 침습법; Luque sublaminar wiring; Adjacent segmental spinal stenosis; Minimally invasive spine surgery
Issue Date
2014-12
Publisher
Korean Society Of Spine Surgery
Citation
대한척추외과학회지, 권: 21, 호: 4, 페이지: 179-182
Abstract
Study DesignA case report.ObjectivesTo report a rare case of minimally invasive spine surgery after sublaminar wiring fixation with Luque rods.Summary of Literature ReviewIn the past, sublaminar wiring fixation with Luque rods was believed to be an effective fixation method; however, the development of transpedicular fixation resulted in the discontinuation of this method. Currently, instead of classical surgery using a broad incision, minimally invasive spine surgery is performed, which has a multitude of advantages.Materials and MethodsInitially, the patient underwent Luque sublaminar wiring and posterolateral fusion. After 25 years, minimally invasive TLIF and percutaneous transpedicular fixation were performed for the adjacent segmental spinal stenosis.ResultsA good bone union is developing with an excellent clinical outcome, 14 months after the surgery.ConclusionsWe report a very rare case of a patient who underwent Luque sublaminar wiring and then, 25 years later, had spine surgery with minimally invasive techniques.
URI
https://synapse.koreamed.org/DOIx.php?id=10.4184/jkss.2014.21.4.179http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/56560
ISSN
2093-4378
DOI
10.4184/jkss.2014.21.4.179
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