MIS Material

Surgical manuals

MISS TLIF key steps.pdfStep-by-Step Guide: Key Steps in a MIS TLIF Procedure

 

MISS tubular approaches to lumbar spine decompression and dural repair.pdfMinimally invasive tubular approaches to lumbar spine decompression and dural repair—surgical techniques

 

Videos

AO Video

Intraoperative 3D Imaging and Computer Guidance for MIS in Spinal Trauma

Learning Outcomes - Define the indications for MIS lumbar spine fixation in trauma - Prepare the patient for the CAS-guided procedure - Generate an intraoperative 3D dataset - Carry out planning of guide wire positioning for a percutaneous navigated procedure - Perform guided insertion of wires - Apply 3D position control before inserting cannulated pedicle screws - Define the indications for MIS lumbar spine fixation in trauma - Any type A spinal fracture - Osteoporotic fractures

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Lumbar spine–Degenerative spondylolisthesis L3/4 Percutaneous minimally invasive treatment using polyaxial screws and pre-lordosed rods

Learning Outcomes After watching this presentation you should be able: - To explain the advantages of minimally invasive surgery (MIS) in degenerative lumbar spinal pathologies - To describe the indications for MIS in lumbar spinal pathologies - To recognize and avoid complications - To apply techniques to optimize the surgical procedure - Describe how to use the VIPER 2 system

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Accuracy of pedicle screw insertion in MIS-TLIF versus traditional open PLIF

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Spine lumbar fusion in 270 grades with a minimally invasive surgery (MIS)

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MISS-philosophy and limitations