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Cervical Spine Motion During Tracheal Intubation Using an Optiscope Versus the McGrath Videolaryngoscope in Patients With Simulated Cervical Immobilization: A Prospective Randomized Crossover Study.

In patients with an unstable cervical spine, maintenance of cervical immobilization during tracheal intubation is important. In McGrath videolaryngoscopic intubation, lifting of the blade to raise the epiglottis is needed to visualize the glottis, but in patients with an unstable cervical spine, this can cause cervical spine movement. By contrast, the Optiscope, a rigid video-stylet, does not require raising of the epiglottis during tracheal intubation. We therefore hypothesized that the Optiscope would pro...


Effect of Cervical Decompression Surgery on Gait in Adult Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy Patients.

This is a prospective cohort study.

The Recognition, Incidence, and Management of Spinal Cord Monitoring Alerts in Pediatric Cervical Spine Surgery.

Perioperative spinal cord injury and postoperative neurological deficits are the major complications in spinal surgery. Monitoring of spinal cord function is of crucial importance. Somatosensory evoked potentials and transcranial electric motor-evoked potentials are now widely used in cervical spine surgery. Although much has been written on spinal cord monitoring in adult spinal surgery, very little has been published on the incidence and management of monitoring of cervical spine surgery in the pediatric ...


Body Mass Index and the Risk of Deep Surgical Site Infection Following Posterior Cervical Instrumented Fusion.

Surgical site infection (SSI) following spine surgery is associated with increased morbidity, reoperation rates, hospital readmissions and cost. The incidence of SSI following posterior cervical spine surgery is higher than anterior cervical spine surgery, with rates from 4.5-18%. It is well documented that higher body mass index (BMI) is associated with increased risk of SSI after spine surgery. There are only a few studies that examine the correlation of BMI and SSI after posterior cervical instrumented f...

Fatty Infiltration of Cervical Spine Extensor Musculature: Is there a Relationship With Cervical Sagittal Balance?

This is a retrospective review of a single surgeon cervical deformity (CD) database.

Anatomical evaluation of the vertebral artery (V2) and its influence in cervical spine surgery.

The aim of this study was to quantitatively evaluate the surgical anatomy of the vertebral artery and the sub-axial spine to assess their influence on cervical spine surgery.

Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis of the Adult Cervical Spine: A Case Report and Literature Review.

A 36-year-old man was diagnosed with Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH) of the cervical spine with a unifocal expansive osteolytic lesion of C4. The surgical management with a 2-year follow-up and a review of the literature on LCH of the cervical spine are presented. Although a rare condition, LCH is an important differential diagnosis of any osteolytic lesion in the cervical spine with localized pain in a young adult patient. Review of the literature suggests a higher prevalence of LCH lesions affecting t...

The Clinical Implications of Adding CT Angiography in the Evaluation of Cervical Spine Fractures: A Propensity-Matched Analysis.

Advanced-imaging screening for asymptomatic blunt cerebrovascular injury is controversial. Vertebral artery injury (VAI) is most commonly associated with cervical spine fracture, and many guidelines advocate indiscriminate screening for all cervical spine fractures. The purpose of this study was to determine whether the addition of computed tomographic angiography (CTA) results in a change in management for patients with cervical spine fractures.

THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PATIENT REPORTED OUTCOME MEASURES IN APPROPRIATENESS CRITERIA OF SURGERY FOR DEGENERATIVE LUMBAR SCOLIOSIS.

Evaluation of bony fusion after anterior cervical discectomy: a systematic literature review.

Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) has proven effective in treating radicular arm pain. Post-operatively, cervical spine stability is temporarily challenged, but data on bony fusion and speed of fusion are ambiguous; optimum evaluation method and criteria are debated.

Cervical Spine Dysfunction Following Pediatric Sports-Related Head Trauma.

To examine the prevalence of cervical spine injuries among children and adolescents referred with suspected and diagnosed sports-related concussion (SRC); and evaluate the effect of cervical spine dysfunction (CSD) on physician-documented clinical recovery following SRC.

The appropriate management of persisting pain after spine surgery: a European panel study with recommendations based on the RAND/UCLA method.

Management of patients with persisting pain after spine surgery (PPSS) shows significant variability, and there is limited evidence from clinical studies to support treatment choice in daily practice. This study aimed to develop patient-specific recommendations on the management of PPSS.

Pediatric Cervical Spine Clearance: A Consensus Statement and Algorithm from the Pediatric Cervical Spine Clearance Working Group.

Cervical osteophytosis and spine posture: contribution to swallow disorders and symptoms.

The article reviews the effects of cervical osteophytosis and spine posture on swallowing, and how they can cause dysphagia.

Predicting medical complications in spine surgery: evaluation of a novel online risk calculator.

The preoperative prediction of medical complications is essential to optimize perioperative management. SpineSage™ is a free of charge online calculator to predict medical complications in spine surgery. The current study utilizes it in patients undergoing spine surgery to assess whether the predicted risks would correlate with the actual complication rate in clinical practice.

OUTPATIENT ANTERIOR CERVICAL DISCECTOMY: A FRENCH STUDY AND LITERATURE REVIEW.

In France, surgery for lumbar disc herniation is now being done in the outpatient ambulatory setting at select facilities. However, surgery for the cervical spine in this setting is controversial because of the dangers of neck hematoma. We wanted to share our experience with performing ambulatory anterior cervical discectomy in 30 patients at our facility.

Physiological cervical alignment change between whole-spine radiographs and normal standing cervical radiographs.

The objective of this study was to evaluate the physiological change of cervical spine alignment between two radiographs [Whole spine radiograph (WS) and cervical spine radiograph (CS)].

Minimally Invasive Cervical Laminectomy for Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy.

Cervical spondylotic myelopathy is a common cause of neurological disability, especially in aging populations. There are several approaches to decompress the cervical spinal cord, including anterior cervical discectomy and fusion, corpectomy and fusion, arthroplasty, posterior cervical laminectomy with or without fusion, and laminoplasty. Less well described is minimally invasive cervical laminectomy. The authors report their technique and results for minimally invasive cervical laminectomy.

Is there an impact of cervical plating on the development of adjacent segment degeneration following Smith-Robinson procedure ? A magnetic resonance imaging study of 84 patients with a 24 year follow-up.

Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) without and with cervical plating (ACDF+CP) are accepted surgical techniques for the treatment of degenerative cervical disc disorders. The effect of CP on the development of adjacent segment degeneration (ASD) remains unclear.

Accuracy and Safety of Lateral Vertebral Notch-Referred Technique Used in Subaxial Cervical Pedicle Screw Placement.

Biomechanical studies revealed that pedicle screw instrumentation has a superior stabilizing effect compared with other internal fixations in reconstructing the subaxial cervical spine. However, severe neurovascular risks preclude surgeons from routinely conducting pedicle screw manipulation in cervical spine.

Letter to the Editor concerning "Proposal for a new trajectory for subaxial cervical lateral mass screws" by S. Amhaz-Escanlar et al. (Eur Spine J; 2018: doi:10.1007/s00586-018-5670-5).

Analysis of cervical spine injuries in the elderly from 2001-2010 using a nationwide database: increasing incidence, overall mortality and inpatient hospital charges.

Cervical spine (C-spine) injuries cause significant morbidity and mortality among the elderly. Although the population of older-adults ≥65 years in the US is expanding, estimates of the burden and outcome of C-spine injury are lacking.

Development of a new clinical decision rule for cervical CT to detect cervical spine injury in patients with head or neck trauma.

Previous cervical spine imaging decision rules have been based on positive findings on plain X-ray and are limited by lack of specificity, age restrictions and complicated algorithms. We previously derived and validated a clinical decision rule (Rule 1) for detecting cervical spine injury (CSI) on CT in a single-centre study. This recommended CT for patients with (1) GCS score

Strain behavior of malaligned cervical spine implanted with metal-on-polyethylene, metal-on-metal, and elastomeric artificial disc prostheses - A finite element analysis.

Postoperative alterations in cervical spine curvature (i.e. loss of lordotic angle) are frequently observed following total disc replacement surgery. However, it remains unclear whether such changes in lordotic angle are due to preoperative spinal deformities and/or prostheses design limitations. The objective of the study is to investigate strain and segmental biomechanics of the malaligned cervical spine following total disc replacement.

Cephalad migration of an intradural bullet from the thoracic spine to the cervical spine: A case report.

There are few reported instances of intraspinal migration of a bullet fragment. The majority of these migrations occur caudally, typically below the level of T10. Even fewer cases demonstrate cephalad migration from the sacral spine to the lumbar spine. We report here for the first time a case of a cephalad migration intradurally from the thoracic spine to cervical spine.


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