Proximal Junctional Kyphosis

Published June 4, 2016

Here  is a study where the surgeons looked at Proximal junctional Kyphosis (PJK). At professionally integrated we want to help your practice thrive by making you the best in your community. Not the best salesman, the best provider. Understanding what happens to our patients spine is important so we can give our best by being our best. PJK is described as an increased sagittal angulation, without structural failure, at the upper aspect of a fusion construct [8]. At present, the term is applied much more widely to describe any failure or loss of alignment above an instrumented segment. Now, surgeons . . .

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