alexa Abstract | Unusual 2-Stages Posterior Approach Surgical Treatment for Complete Fracture Dislocation of the Upper Thoracic Spine without Neurologic Deficit: A Case Report

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Traumatic posterior dislocation of the upper thoracic spine without neurological deficit has rarely been reported previously in the literature and most surgeons have less experience for surgical treatment for this kind of injury. We described a case of complete posterior dislocation of the T3 thoracic spine without neurological deficit, and its management with pedicle screw fixation and reduction through an posterior approach.

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Author(s): Bin Zhu Dasheng Tian Jun Qian Lei Chen Shijia Zhang and Juehua Jing


Upper thoracic spine, Fracture dislocation, Neurological deficit, Pedicle screw, Laminectomy,Spondylosis,Kyphoplasty,Back ache,Scoliosis

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