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Die geschichtliche Entwicklung der instrumentierten Wirbelsäulenfusion

  • J. Krämer
  • F. Rubenthaler
  • A. Senge
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Zusammenfassung

Versteifungsoperationen an der Wirbelsäule werden seit über 100 Jahren mit wechselndem Erfolg durchgeführt. Die ersten Versuche für die operative Stabilisation von Wirbelsäulenabschnitten wurden erstmals 1891 von Hadra [19] bei einem Patienten mit einer dislozierten Fraktur der Halswirbelsäule beschrieben. Bei diesem Versuch der Stabilisation kam eine Drahtcerclage zum Einsatz.

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  • F. Rubenthaler
  • A. Senge

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