Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, June 24th, 2011
"Although increasingly powerful instrumentation has greatly facilitated these treatment goals, osteotomy of the spine is sometimes necessary to address more significant deformity. This review provides a detailed overview of posterior spinal osteotomies, which have gained increased attention as an adjunct to the treatment of complex pediatric spine deformity," wrote M.G. Diab and colleagues, Columbia University.
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