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Kyphoplasty is a minimally invasive procedure that can be performed under local or general anesthesia. The duration of the procedure is usually 45 minutes. This procedure is intended to help patients with a stress fracture in their spine from trauma, osteoporosis, or metastatic cancers like prostate or breast cancer, or multiple myeloma. This procedure serves these goals: 1) Reduce or eliminate back pain from the stress fracture, 2) Prevent further collapse of the fracture, thus avoiding an increase in spinal deformity and progression of postural problems, 3) Restore normal spinal alignment, thus improving the patient's posture. Note that this procedure will not cure the primary cancer, but it can provide a structural solution and be a palliative measure .



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Elgeti F and Gebauer B. Radiofrequency Kyphoplasty for the Treatment of Osteoporotic and Neoplastic Vertebral Body Fractures: Preliminary Experience and Clinical Results after 6 Months. J Mimer Stoffwechs. 2011;18 Suppl 1:S5-9.

Licht AW and Kramer W. Radiofrequency kyphoplasty: a new method for the treatment of osteoporotic vertebral body compression fractures ¬– a case report. J Miner Stoffwechs. 2011;18 Suppl 1:S26-28.

Licht, AW and Kramer W. One-year observation study upon a new augmentation procedure (Radiofrequency-Kyphoplasty) in the treatment of vertebral body compression fractures. Eurospine 2011.

Erdem E, Akdol S, Amole A, Fryar K, and Eberle R. Initial Clinical Experience with Radio-Frequency Based Vertebral Augmentation in Treatment of Vertebral Compression Fractures As a Result of Multiple Myeloma. ASSR 2011.

Pflugmacher, R, Bornemann, R, Randau, T, and Wirtz, DC. Comparison of clinical and radiological data in treatment of patients with osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures with radiofrequency kyphoplasty or balloon kyphoplasty. GRIBOI 2011 – The 21st Interdisciplinary Research Conference On Injectable Osteoarticular Biomaterials and Bone Augmentation Procedures.