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Comparative effectiveness of adjustable lordotic expandable versus static lateral lumbar interbody fusion devices: one year clinical and radiographic outcomes

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In vitro biomechanical study to quantify range of motion, intradiscal pressure, and facet force of 3-level dynamic stabilization constructs with decreased stiffness

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A biomechanical investigation of the sacroiliac joint in the setting of lumbosacral fusion: impact of pelvic fixation versus sacroiliac joint fixation

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Biomechanical analysis of motion following sacroiliac joint fusion using lateral sacroiliac screws with or without lumbosacral instrumented fusion

Dall et al. Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon) 68:182–189, 2019.

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Stabilizing effect of the rib cage on adjacent segment motion following thoracolumbar posterior fixation of the human thoracic cadaveric spine: a biomechanical study

Rahm et al. Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon) 70:217-222, 2019.

Finding the right fit: studying the biomechanics of under-tapping with varying thread depths and pitches

Jazini et al. Spine J 17(4):574–578, 2017.

Does lumbopelvic fixation add stability? a cadaveric biomechanical analysis of an unstable pelvic fracture model

Jazini et al. J Orthop Trauma 31(1):37–46, 2017.

Range of motion after thoracolumbar corpectomy: evaluation of analogous constructs with a novel low profile anterior dualrod
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Gehrchen et al. Eur Spine J 26(3):666–670, 2017.

Undertapping of lumbar pedicle screws can result in tapping with a pitch that differs from that of the screw, which decreases
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Bohl et al. Spine (Phila Pa 1976) 40(12):E729–E734, 2015.

Biomechanical evaluation of S2 alar-iliac screws: effect of length and quad-cortical purchase as compared with
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Biomechanical comparison of spinopelvic reconstruction techniques in the setting of total sacrectomy

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Short segment spinal instrumentation with index vertebra pedicle screw placement for pathologies involving the anterior and middle vertebral column is as effective as long segment stabilization with cage reconstruction: a biomechanical study

Bartanusz et al. Spine (Phila Pa 1976) 40(22):1729–1736, 2015.

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A mechanical comparison of the compressive force generated by various headless compression screws and the impact of
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Ilyas et al. Hand (NY) 16(5):604-611, 2019.

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Assessment of surgical procedural time, pedicle screw accuracy, and clinician radiation exposure of a novel robotic navigation system compared with conventional open and percutaneous freehand techniques: a cadaveric investigation

Vaccaro et al. Global Spine J 10(7):814-825, 2020.

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Single-level in vitro kinematic comparison of novel inline cervical interbody devices with intervertebral screw, anchor, or blade

Arnold et al. Global Spine J 9(7) 697-707, 2019.