A “rising” transpedicular access to anterior vertebral body
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The transpedicular access is a common and effective procedure used to reach anterior vertebral body without passing through critical structures. after a transpedicular instrumentation, it is difficult to reach the anterior vertebral body because screws are placed in the way. We assume that an innovative transdiscal route could be used in patients with previous instrumentation, in order to perform a vertebroplasty or biopsy. We report the case of a 65-years-old woman who presented with complain of low back pain. Neurological examination showed a stable L4 wedge fracture under a previous lumbar L3-L4 posterolateral fusion performed 2 years before...

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