- Daniel H. Kim
- Richard G. Fessler
- Frank P. Cammisa Jr.
Written by experts on the newest technologies in dynamic stabilization
Dynamic Reconstruction of the Spine is an essential reference on the current techniques and equipment for dynamic stabilization of the spine.
Covering both anterior and posterior approaches to dynamic stabilization, the book presents a complete overview of the state-of-the-art technologies in spinal arthroplasty and instrumentation for dynamic stabilization. Each chapter of this authoritative text focuses on a different technology. The authors illuminate the key concepts of each implant device and provide concise discussion of the rationale, indications, contraindications, surgical techniques, and postoperative results.
- Synthesizes the vast amount of literature on the newest implantable artificial disks for restoring and preserving motion of the spine
- Features contributions from the inventors of or experts on these systems
- Demonstrates key concepts of instrumentation and techniques with more than 400 instructional illustrations
Dynamic Reconstruction of the Spine is an indispensable reference for all spine specialists, neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, radiologists, fellows, and residents seeking the latest information on this emerging technology.