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Systematic review of sacroiliac joint motion and the effect of screw fixation

Systematic review of sacroiliac joint motion and the effect of screw fixation




  • Traumatic sacroiliac joint injury often requires surgical fixation to restore stability.

Range of motion is a common metric for quantifying sacroiliac joint stability.

Sacroiliac stability for the intact, injured, or repaired states is not adequately defined

Pooled stability metrics from the literature may be used to assess new stabilization techniques.

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Reference

Systematic review of sacroiliac joint motion and the effect of screw fixation

· Maxwell C. Cardwell

· Carolyn M. Meinerz

· Jill M. Martin

· Chad J. Beck

· Mei Wang

· Gregory J. Schmeling

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