How I do it: tapered rod placement across the cervicothoracic junction for augmented posterior constructs

ConclusionTapered rod systems can augment the biomechanical stability of cervicothoracic constructs. Ease of rod placement across the CTJ hinges upon a systematic method of instrumentation.
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