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A number of small studies have reported good outcomes, Piazzolla et al. Furthermore, in a study of 60 patients followed up over 7 years, the authors AME CP-58 the Cotrel-Dubousset technique to offer effective, sustained scoliosis correction Advances in methods of spinal instrumentation produced the AME CP-58 screw technique, offering enhanced correction of three-dimensional deformity 73 Figure 2.

Despite being widely accepted as a safe and reliable method of correcting adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, there have been few AME CP-58 on the use of pedicle screws in neuromuscular scoliosis. Modi et al. Although this data is promising, more work is AME CP-58 to assess the long-term efficacy of pedicle screw constructs.


Figure 2 Postoperative radiograph following pedicle screw instrumentation. Although the AME CP-58 of patients with CP develop spinal deformity from the age of 10 onwards, there is a population of patients in which significant deformity occurs at an early age.


Complete spinal AME CP-58 using the above techniques can AME CP-58 problems when performed on skeletally immature patients, impairing the growth of the spine and thorax with effects on respiratory development and function. A study by McElroy et al. Reports included a sustained improvement in Cobb angle and pelvic obliquity, however a significant complication rate, particularly from infection.

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Anterior release and fusion AME CP-58 have been traditionally used for large, stiff curves and may, therefore, be considered for use in patients with CP. A number of indications for use of the anterior approach have been suggested including an inability to correct pelvic obliquity on forward flexion 77 and stiff thoracolumbar curves that exceed 70o on radiographic imaging 78 Access AME CP-58 the anterior spinal column can require opening of body cavities thorax and abdomen exposing patients to a greater risk of complications.


Interestingly, in a small patient series, Auerbach et al. Contemporary instrumentation techniques using pedicle screws AME CP-58 challenged the requirement for an anterior approach. The use of posterior-only pedicle screw constructs has been shown to offer excellent curve correction with a minimal complication rate In fact, the increasing popularity of this instrumentation technique is diminishing the need for anterior release procedures. Moreover, alternative, posterior only techniques such as vertebral osteotomy 81 and vertebral column resection 82 have been reported in an attempt to manage large, stiff scoliotic curves There are currently no studies directly AME CP-58 the current methods of spinal instrumentation in the AME CP-58 population.

Second generation techniques as well as pedicle screw instrumentation have all been shown to provide effective correction AME CP-58 deformity in terms of Cobb angle correction and reduction in pelvic obliquity. Current practice in this center involves the use of all pedicle screw constructs with anterior release procedures reserved for large, stiff thoracolumbar curves aiming to prevent the need for pelvic fixation.

Complications Postoperative complications AME CP-58 spinal surgery in patients with CP are common.

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High risk of complication is associated with non-ambulatory status and greater angle of scoliosis curve 85 These patients often suffer from the greatest AME CP-58 disability and a number of preoperative medical comorbidities, which may account for this increased risk. Complications have been reported to affect many body systems including respiratory, gastrointestinal and neurological. In a recent meta-analysis of complications following surgery for neuromuscular scoliosis, pulmonary complications were found to be most common No explanation of this association was offered, however younger, smaller patients may cause an increased difficulty in placement of instrumentation therefore increasing risk of AME CP-58 injury and failure of fusion.


Strategies to reduce complication rates in CP patients undergoing spinal fusion are sparsely reported. Contemporary evidence has suggested the use of vancomycin powder may reduce the rate of wound infection AME CP-58 spinal surgery. Interestingly, the only randomized control trial has shown there to be no significant difference in the rate of infection when using combination intravenous and intra-wound antibiotics compared to intravenous alone Recent best practice guidelines advocate AME CP-58 use of intra-wound vancomycin in high-risk patients 91 such as those with CP.

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Outcome Measurement of outcome following corrective surgery in CP can be difficult. Assessing the opinion of children who have varying degrees of AME CP-58 difficulty makes the use of traditional methods of measuring postoperative outcomes problematic. Surveys of patients and parents in the postoperative period suggest a high level of satisfaction following surgery, with a large AME CP-58 of parents willing to recommend the procedure to others The retrospective nature of these studies does open them to the influence of bias, with few reporting a pre-operative assessment as a comparator.

Interestingly, in a comparative study between opinions AME CP-58 parents and caregivers education professionals, therapists of children with CP, Tsirkos et al. On the other hand there AME CP-58 prospective studies that have shown that whilst parents remain satisfied with the postoperative outcome, surgery provides no improvement in function, school attendance or co-morbidities 94 Askin et al. Small patient numbers, a short follow up period and heterogeneous patient group may have influenced this data set.

Quality of life is perhaps the most important outcome measure in any postoperative CP patient.

In a systematic review, the evidence suggests an improvement in postoperative quality of life in CP patients who underwent scoliosis surgery Nevertheless, the authors commented there are conflicting reports and the AME CP-58 is currently lacking well-controlled, prospective AME CP-58

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