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Amer Sebaaly, Maroun Rizkallah, Falah Bachour, Firas Atallah, Pierre Emmanuel Moreau, and Ghassan Maalouf

vertebral body osteomyelitis; and irreversible coagulopathy. Relative contraindications were: presence of radiculopathy; bone retropulsion against neural structures; > 50% collapse of vertebral body height; and multiple pathological fractures. The retained

Kaustubh Ahuja, Syed Ifthekar, Samarth Mittal, Gagandeep Yadav, Bhaskar Sarkar, and Pankaj Kandwal

with pathological fracture. Junctional area (CD, DL, LS) 19. Jain AK 2008 22 Pan-vertebral disease, involvement of 3 or destruction of more than one and a half, predicted kyphosis more than 60 degrees 20. Bapat MR et al 2007 23

Kamil Cagri Kose, Omer Bozduman, Ali Erkan Yenigul, and Servet Igrek

neoplastic disease with pathological fracture, spondylitis or from iatrogenic causes ( Fig. 4 ). The ideal candidates for PSO are patients with type 2 sagittal deformity and a substantial sagittal imbalance more than 12 cm (SVA > 12 cm) with a sharp

Spyridon Sioutis, Lampros Reppas, Achilles Bekos, Eleftheria Soulioti, Theodosis Saranteas, Dimitrios Koulalis, Georgios Sapkas, and Andreas F. Mavrogenis

compression of adjacent spinal structures. The patients most commonly present with back pain; limb weakness occurs later. Other presenting symptoms include radiculopathy, myelopathy and pathological fractures. 25 , 36 , 42 – 57 However, the patient may be