The safety and efficacy of Isola-Galveston instrumentation and arthrodesis in the treatment of neuromuscular spinal deformities

Yazici M., Asher M., Hardacker J.

JOURNAL OF BONE AND JOINT SURGERY-AMERICAN VOLUME, no.4, pp.524-543, 2000 (SCI-Expanded) identifier


Background: Implant systems that realign and stabilize a deformed spine continue to evolve. The purpose of the study of this case series was to determine the safety and effectiveness of a system designed to integrate hook, wire, screw, and post anchors for the treatment of a wide spectrum of neuromuscular disorders associated with pelvic deformity or the potential for deformity.