Sagittal profile reconstruction after spinal injuries with a non-distractible vertebral body replacement vs extendable spacers – A retrospective analysis

M. Klingenhöfer, J. Lövelt, S. Eicker, H.J. Steiger & W. Stummer
Objective: In reconstructive surgery for traumatic thoracic and lumbar spine injuries, known complications are secondary deformation and implant failure. One of the first interbody spacers was the Moss-CageTM (Depuy). This non-distractible titanium spacer was the forerunner for present extendable spacers.[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]