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Digital Subtraction Angiography-Guided Percutaneous Kyphoplasty in Treatment of Multi-Segmental Osteoporotic Vertebral Compression Fracture: A retrospective single-Center study

paraphrasedoutput:Methods: This paper looked at 68 patients with multi-segmental PKP surgery at our hospital between October 2016 and June 2020 and were followed for at least two years. We retrospectively reviewed 68 patients with multi-segmental vsc fractures who underwent unilateral PKP surgeries using DSA and C arm guiding at our hospital from October 2016 to June 2020. Results: During the postoperative and last follow-up periods, we obtained the clinical and radiological evaluation results. P 0. 05. The deviation of puncture in the DSA guidance group was significantly lower compared to the C-arm guidance group, the puncture angle in the DSA guidance group was much wider, and better bone cement delivery was achieved.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/615124ffcf1e44b5add03a1bc0181a05


Balloon kyphoplasty as palliative care for painful pathological spinal fracture followed by lung cancer metastasis: A cohort study

Patient ExperiencesPathological spine fractures as a result of lung cancer metastases have caused significant pain to patients. Percutaneous kyphoplasty has been described as a safe alternative to painful spinal metastases. The MethodsA cohort study was done on 54 patients with pathologic spine fractures due to metastasis of lung cancer. The clinical quality and safety of PKP for metastatic spinal lesions are urgently to be investigated. However, PKP can not improve patient survival rate. Conclusion:PKP can be used as a safe palliative care treatment for patients with lung cancer metastatic pathological fractures.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fsurg.2022.1081823


Comparison of a directional cement delivery device versus conventional device in unilateral percutaneous kyphoplasty for the therapy of osteoporotic thoracolumbar fracture in the elderly

The percutaneous kyphoplasty procedure has been shown to be safe in the treatment of osteoporotic vertebral compression fracture fractures. However, bilateral puncture procedures take longer to accept more X-ray radiation; some spinal surgeons use unilateral puncture PKP; however, in the vertebral body, the cement cannot be distributed in a symmetric manner, requiring the application of a directional bone cement delivery system that causes PKP through unilateral puncture puncture. This paper aims to compare the clinical and radiological results of PKP using a unilateral pedicle approach using a traditional bone cement delivery unit and a directional bone cement delivery unit, as well as determine the value of a directional delivery unit for the treatment of thoracolumbar compression fracture in elderly people. Methods We undertook an retrospective review of patients with single-level OVCF treated with unilateral puncture PKP from Jan 2018 to Jan 2020. The cement leakage and bone cement distribution were measured by X-ray and computed tomography scan for presentation, as well as the incidence of bone cement leakage, radiation exposure, bone cement injection volume, and the incidence of bone cement leakage. Between the two groups, a significant difference was found in the number of bone cement injections between the two groups. Patients in both groups had significantly less pain after the surgery than those with preoperative period pain. Conclusion Conclusions Using a conventional bone cement delivery system saves the operator time, radiation exposure time, and the risk of bone cement leakage, according to the author.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s13018-023-03506-0


Effects of distribution of bone cement on clinical efficacy and secondary fracture after percutaneous kyphoplasty for osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures

paraphrasedoutput:Methods aims to investigate the effect of bilateral bone cement distribution on the clinical efficacy of percutaneous kyphoplasty in the treatment of osteoporotic vertebral compression fracture treatment. The VAS score of Group A was higher than that of groups B and C, at 1 year after surgery, and there were significant differences in ODI scores, AVH, and LKA between Group A and Group B compared to Group B. paraphrasedoutput:Conclusion: In comparison to other bone cement distribution methods, the incidence of recompression in bilateral diffuse bone cement distribution pattern was less frequent.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fsurg.2022.1054995

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