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Prospective study of standalone balloon kyphoplasty with calcium phosphate cement augmentation in traumatic fractures (G. Maestretti et al.)



Prospective study of standalone balloon kyphoplasty with calcium phosphate cement augmentation in traumatic fractures (G. Maestretti et al.)



European Spine Journal 16(5): 611




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DOI: 10.1007/s00586-006-0277-7


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Re: Verlaan JJ, Van Helden WH, Oner FC, et al. Balloon vertebroplasty with calcium phosphate cement for direct restoration of traumatic thoraco-lumbar vertebral fractures. Spine 2002;27:543-548. Spine 27(20): 2300-1; Author Reply 2300-1, 2002