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August 10, 2011
 
FEATURED CASE STUDY
Presented by: : Tyler Koski, MD
She stands with an obvious sagittal imbalance that worsens with ambulation despite using knee flexed posture and pelvic retroversion. Back and bilateral extremity pain is significant. Her leg pain is consistent with neurogenic claudication. Would you consider a one or two-stage procedure?
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pre-operative AP x-ray demonstrates mild lumbar scoliotic curve
Fig. 1. Pre-op AP x-ray
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NEW TECHNOLOGY CASE STUDY
Presented by: : Stephen L. Ritland, MD
Back pain and an increasing radicular component to the leg was this 67-year-old female's primary complaint. Five months before I met her, she had seen a physiatrist and underwent a series of blocks for back pain and left L5 radiculitis.

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sagittal MRI reveals central stenosis with a synovial cyst at L4-L5
Fig. 2B. Sagittal MRI
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