Conditions Treated

Vertebral Body Resection

All-posterior (ALL-P) vertebral body resection allows for one-stage deformity correction. This approach spares the patient an anterior approach through the chest or abdomen. These anterior approaches are associated with increased morbidity. 

The amount of deformity correction through an ALL-P approach is  similar if not superior to that achieved with combined anterior- posterior approached or stage procedures. 

The use of spinal cord monitoring and the assistance of a co-surgeon are imperative to maintain neurologic function during these complex procedures.

We have extensive experience in treating patients with cancer, infection, fractures, failed spine surgery, and congenital conditions through an ALL-P vertebral body resection.

T4 Osteosarcoma. Resected from all posterior approach. Expandable cage

T4 Osteosarcoma. Resected from all posterior approach. Expandable cage.

Chronic T12 burst fracture. Resected from all posterior approach. Expandable cage.

Chronic T12 burst fracture. Resected from all posterior approach. Expandable cage.

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