Posterior Cervical Fusion is a procedure intended for the stabilization of the cervical spine through a posterior approach. The procedure is commonly performed using hooks, plates, screws and rods as an adjunct to the fusion. Posterior cervical fusion is performed to treat instabilities which arise from: degenerative disc disease, spondylolisthesis, spinal stenosis, fracture/dislocation, atlantoaxial fractures with insatiability, occipito-cervical dislocation, revisions of previous cervical spine surgery and tumors.
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