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ECR 2019 / C-1017
Radiological evaluation of the lumbar lordosis in spine operated patients: is plain film still mandatory?
Congress: ECR 2019
Poster No.: C-1017
Type: Scientific Exhibit
Keywords: Outcomes, Comparative studies, MR, CT, Conventional radiography, Musculoskeletal system, Musculoskeletal spine
Authors: A. Agustí, P. Garcia, I. García Duitama, G. salo bru, J. Ares, A. Solano; Barcelona/ES
DOI:10.26044/ecr2019/C-1017

Conclusion

  • In the medical literature, multiple methods of radiological measurement of lordosis have been described. The Cobb method (L5-S1) is not considered the most accurate..

 

  • The correction of the loss of lordosis is considered one of the essential factors in the post-surgical result. Currently multiple centers use computer-assisted procedures in the evaluation of the regional or global curvature of the column Measurement of post-surgical lordosis is not performed under the same conditions as pre-surgical planning, so the result is not comparable.

 

  • Post-surgical radiology does not allow a linear estimation of the real value of the lordosis. 

 

  • CT and MR overestimate the value of lordosis in patients with hipolordosis and underestimate it in patients with hyperlordosis. 

     


  • Standardized studies should be carried out, under similar conditions, with a high number of patients and with the same measurement system so that the results can be assessed. 
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