Circumferential convex growth arrest by posterior approach for double cervicothoracic curves in congenital scoliosis

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Obeid, I., Taieb, A. & Vital, J. Circumferential convex growth arrest by posterior approach for double cervicothoracic curves in congenital scoliosis. Eur Spine J 22, 2126–2129 (2013) doi:10.1007/s00586-013-2941-z

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  • Epiphysiodesis
  • Spinal growth arrest
  • Congenial scoliosis
  • Cervical hemivertebra
  • Thoracic hemivertebra
  • Navigation
  • Free hand technique
  • Pedicle screw