Spine surgery often requires the use of radiation by means of fluoroscopy during surgery, and fluoroscopy-assisted spinal procedures are on the rise worldwide.1 This is due to the dramatic growth in popularity of minimally invasive surgery (MIS) techniques and endoscopy, which often require real-time fluoroscopic visualization to perform precise intraoperative localization and minimize instrument and implant malposition

Commentary: Worldwide Knowledge and Attitude of Spine Surgeons Regarding Radiation Exposure

Barbagallo G;
2018

Abstract

Spine surgery often requires the use of radiation by means of fluoroscopy during surgery, and fluoroscopy-assisted spinal procedures are on the rise worldwide.1 This is due to the dramatic growth in popularity of minimally invasive surgery (MIS) techniques and endoscopy, which often require real-time fluoroscopic visualization to perform precise intraoperative localization and minimize instrument and implant malposition
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