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A variety of techniques exist for tackling stabilization of the craniocervical junction. Historically, craniocervical instability was treated with a simple bone autograft onlay technique and a halo-vest to immobilize the neck and skull. Because of fusion failures and patient morbidity associated with use of a halo-vest, surgical techniques have moved toward provision of immediate internal stabilization . Currently, modern internal fixation techniques exist that provide an array of occipital plate constructs to achieve proper fusion through rigid stabilization of the craniocervical junction.
Cervical Fusion, Pseudoarthrosis, Chiari decompression, Cervical Laminectomy,Spine Surgery,Cervical spondylosis