Description: As the benefits of surgical robotic systems in spine surgery
become more widely known, spine procedures that utilize these
technologies are expected to greatly increase over the next decade.
Robotic and Navigated Spine Surgery: Surgical Techniques and
Advancements provides up-to-date, authoritative clinical guidance in
this dynamic area for surgeons who are already using these innovative
methods, as well as for those exploring the field. In a single,
convenient source, this title comprehensively summarizes clinical
studies, advancements, and expert recommendations regarding today’s
robotic and navigated spine surgery.
Table Of Contents:
Frontmatter 1 Computer Asssisted Spine Surgery - A New Era of Innovation 2 Navigation in Occipital and Cervical Spine Surgery 3 Navigation in Spine Trauma 4 Navigated Spinal Deformity Correction 5 Navigation of Tumor and Metastatic Lesions in the Thoracolumbar Spine 6 NAVIGATED OBLIQUE LUMBAR INTERBODY FUSION 7 Navigation in Non-Instrumented Spine Surgery 8 Robotic Assisted Correction of Adult Spinal Deformity 9 Robotically assisted percutaneous fixation 10 ROBOTICS IN SPINE SURGERY: BEYOND PEDICLE SCREW PLACEMENT 11 Traumatic Spinal Injury and Robotic Reconstruction 12 Cost Effectiveness of Robotic and Navigation Systems 13 Virtual and Augmented Reality in Spine Surgery 14 Use of Activity Monitors in Enhancing Spine Surgery 15 Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Spine Surgery 16 Databases, study groups, and evidence in robotic spine surgery 17 Combinatorial Technologies Leveraging Robotics in Spine Surgery