Research Article

Percutaneous Dorsal Instrumentation of Vertebral Burst Fractures: Value of Additional Percutaneous Intravertebral Reposition—Cadaver Study

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Representative case of an incomplete cranial burst fracture A 3.1.1. treated with intravertebral reduction device and cement augmentation. CT scans in the midsagittal plane before (a) and after (b) fracture, as well as after treatment (c) and after cyclic loading (d). Note the reduction of the endplate and clearance of the spinal canal. Both could be maintained after cyclic loading.