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Cervical sagittal alignment

Cervical sagittal alignment (CSA) has recently been studied as an important predictor of clinical and radiological outcomes. The data from previous studies are insufficient for analysis using the recently designed CSA parameters, T1 slope (T1s), and T1s minus cervical angle (T1sCA).

Similar to the thoracolumbar spine, the severity of disability increases with positive sagittal malalignment following surgical reconstruction 1).

An evolving trend is defining cervical sagittal alignment. Evidence from a few recent studies suggests correlations between radiographic parameters in the cervical spine and HRQOL. Analysis of the cervical regional alignment with respect to overall spinal pelvic alignment is critical.

see Cervical kyphotic deformity

Tang JA, Scheer JK, Smith JS, Deviren V, Bess S, Hart RA, Lafage V, Shaffrey CI, Schwab F, Ames CP; ISSG. The impact of standing regional cervical sagittal alignment on outcomes in posterior cervical fusion surgery. Neurosurgery. 2015 Mar;76 Suppl 1:S14-21. doi: 10.1227/01.neu.0000462074.66077.2b. PubMed PMID: 25692364.
cervical_sagittal_alignment.txt · Last modified: 2018/04/17 12:15 by administrador