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by Arvind Bhave
The book is intended for all those, who want to know more and develop the skills for vertebroplasty. This book will give insight into minimally invasive procedure of vertebroplasty. The use of vertebroplasty in difficult situations has been shown in the chapter in few illustrative cases. It is also necessary to know about dangerous and fatal complications of this procedure and how to avoid them. Vertebroplasty has been an exciting new technique to have gained popularity in the last decade. Its utility having been unquestionably established, technical innovations and variations have raised the bar for the precision and safety profile of this procedure. As more and more indications get added to the conventional ones, conditions ranging from painful osteoporotic fractures to vertebral metastasis are now being regularly managed by vertebroplasty. The concerns of complications in an otherwise exacting procedure are more technique related, and the need is to overcome it by streamlining the procedure. The vertebroplasty Made Easy seems like the ideal refreshment for all spine surgeons to keep abreast with the ever expanding horizons of vertebroplasty.
|Chapter-02 Natural History of Osteoporotic Vertebral Compression Fractures [OVCFs]||5-8|
|Chapter-04 Clinical Examination and Investigations||15-22|
|Chapter-05 Vertebral Fractures||23-36|
|Chapter-06 Vertebroplasty for Special Situations||37-80|
|Chapter-08 Review of Literature||89-96|
|Chapter-09 Illustrative Cases||97-118|
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