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 +On plain radiographs, a decrease of 50 percent in [[vertebral body height]], an increase of [[interspinous distance]], and greater than 30 to 35 degrees of [[kyphotic deformity]] are suggestive of [[posterior ligament complex injury]].
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 Progressive kyphotic deformity of the lumbar or thoracolumbar spine may lead to back pain, cosmetic deformity, and risk of neurological compromise. The authors describe a series of patients in whom they performed a single-stage, posterior reduction ("eggshell") osteotomy procedure to improve sagittal contour by creating lordosis within a single vertebral body. Progressive kyphotic deformity of the lumbar or thoracolumbar spine may lead to back pain, cosmetic deformity, and risk of neurological compromise. The authors describe a series of patients in whom they performed a single-stage, posterior reduction ("eggshell") osteotomy procedure to improve sagittal contour by creating lordosis within a single vertebral body.
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