“Selection, planning and execution of minimally invasive surgery in adult spinal deformity correction”
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Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) for correction of adult spinal deformity was developed to address the high rate of medical and surgical complications rate in open surgical treatment of increasingly aging and frail patient population. In the past decade, MIS group within the International Spine Study Group (ISSG) has been in the forefront of the application of MIS techniques to fulfill the well-established principles of ASD surgery. These efforts have resulted in landmark studies. Here, we review these studies that encompass all aspects of MIS surgical treatment of ASD including patient selection with Minimally Invasive Spinal Deformity Surgery (MISDEF) and MISDEF-2 algorithms, surgical planning with anterior column realignment classification and the Minimally Invasive Interbody Selection Algorithm (MIISA), and surgical execution with Spinal Deformity Complexity Checklist (SDCC). We will highlight that with careful selection, diligent planning and meticulous execution the MIS techniques can treat patients with ASD, abiding to correction principles and radiographic parameters.
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Alan, N, JS Uribe, JD Turner, P Park, N Anand, RK Eastlack, DO Okonkwo, VP Le, et al. (2023). “Selection, planning and execution of minimally invasive surgery in adult spinal deformity correction”. Seminars in Spine Surgery. pp. 101061–101061. 10.1016/j.semss.2023.101061 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/29445.
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I have more than 25 years of experience treating patients of all ages with spinal disorders. I have had an interest in the management of spinal disorders since starting my medical education. I performed residencies in both orthopaedic surgery and neurosurgery to gain a comprehensive understanding of the entire range of spinal disorders. My goal has been to find innovative ways to manage the range of spinal conditions, straightforward to complex. I have a focus on managing patients with complex spinal disorders. My patient evaluation and management philosophy is to provide engaged, compassionate care that focuses on providing the simplest and least aggressive treatment option for a particular condition. In many cases, non-operative treatment options exist to improve a patient’s symptoms. I have been actively engaged in clinical research to find the best ways to manage spinal disorders in order to achieve better results with fewer complications.
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