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Surgical methods for fractures of thoracic and lumbar spine and thoracolumbar transition

 

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1. Ventral decompression, ventral support with dorsal compression spondylodesis

2. Dorsal decompression, dorsal stabilization, ventral support and dorsal compression
    spondylodesis

3. Ventral decompression and ventrally instrumented spondylodesis