Illiac screws in Lumbo-Sacro-Iliac Fixation Lumbosacral Pathologies: Our experience
Joint Event on 3rd International Conference on Spine and Spine Disorders & International Conference on Addiction Research and Therapy
November 26-27, 2018 | Dubai, UAE
Vivek Rameshchandra Patel and Rahul Gupta
Fortis Hospital, India
Scientific Tracks Abstracts : J Neurol Neurorehabil Res
Background: Lumbo-Sacro-Pelvic Fixation may be required
for complex lumbosacral pathologies where L5 or S1 screws
cannot be placed. Iliac screw technique is adopted in treating
certain typical conditions requiring long segment fixation such
as in correction of adult Scoliosis, reduction of high-grade
Spondylolisthesis, Sacral Fractures and surgical treatment of
Methods: We describe our experience at our institution in which polyaxial pedicle screws construct has been successfully used.
Results: No instrumentation failure was noted. Continuity of spine and pelvis was well established with the instrumentation. Patients were followed up for 6- 12 months.
Conclusion: Lumbo-Sacro-Pelvic-Fixation using iliac screw has been shown to improve biomechanical strength and seems to provide acceptable clinical result. Further follow up studies with long term clinical outcomes will be recommended
Vivek Rameshchandra Patel has completed his MBBS, MS, General Surgery at Nagpur. He had Fellowship at Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Surgeons, Mumbai, India and DNB Neurosurgery, New Delhi, India. Currently, pursuing Neurosurgery with special interests in the fields of spine surgery, Neuro endovascular surgery Fortis Hospital Mumbai.
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