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European Spine Journal

, Volume 19, Issue 12, pp 2233–2234 | Cite as

Hybrid strategy for correction and T3-sacrum posterior fusion in a severe neuropathic spinal deformity

  • Marco Brayda-Bruno
  • Alessio Lovi
  • Andrea Luca
Open Operating Theatre (OOT)

Keywords

Neuropathic scoliosis Hybrid fixation Correction and fusion 

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  • Marco Brayda-Bruno
  • Alessio Lovi
  • Andrea Luca

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