Traumatic Injuries of the Dorso-lumbar Spine, Review of Surgical Approaches | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


Traumatic Injuries of the Dorso-lumbar Spine, Review of Surgical Approaches

Author(s):Hamed Ahmed Alnefaie, Saoud Tariq Etaiwi, Khoja Heba Abdulatif E, Bahkali Essam Hassan M, Almoabid Zahra Abdulaziz N, Almaghrabi Sultan Khalil A, Almubarak Mohammed Hassan H, Al Yahya Ahmad Hussain S, Alharbi Maha Abdullah S, Alsultan Malak Essa A, Albasri Natheer Ibrahim A and Alalsheikhahmed Abdalkarim Ahmed H

In this review we supply information on medical methods for thoraco-lumbar spine fracture management, their efficiency and complication rates, based on previously published researches and also give background information on epidemiology and classification of thoraco-lumbar fractures. We conducted a narrative review over the literature using electronic databases as; MEDLINE, and EMBASE for studies involving data on Dorso-lumbar Spine traumatic injuries, published in September 2019. Spine fractures account for a large portion of musculoskeletal injuries worldwide. A classification of back cracks is essential in order to establish a typical language for therapy indicators and results. Clinical exam, mechanism of injury, and imaging are heavily trusted to choose regarding medical versus non-surgical management.

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