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Open Reduction of Cervical Fracture Dislocation with Posterior Spinal Fusion
Open Reduction of Cervical Fracture Dislocation with Posterior Spinal Fusion

This exhibit depicts multiple steps of cervical fracture repair surgery, rn1) the posterior neck incision exposing C2-T1 (patient in Gardner-Wells tongs).rn2) reduction of the spine into anatomical alignmentrn3) drilling of holes and placement of lateral mass screwsrn4) placement of rods and lock nutsrn5) decortication of posterior spinal elementsrn6) application of bone graft to complete the fusion and repair of the CSF leak with Gelfoam and DuraSeal.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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