Vertebroplasty, kyphoplasty, and ablations.
This is a multidisciplinary course covering kyphoplasty and vertebroplasty technique, newer technologies in spine interventions, and the benefits of a team approach in the treatment of spinal and bone metastases. Beall-ieve in the life-saving power of vertebral augmentation.
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Listen to each module in this series and reflect on what you've learned.
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Unipedicular vs. Bipedicular Approach for Kyphoplasty
Interventional radiologist Michael Barraza talks with orthopedic spine surgeon Thomas Andreshak about his approach to vertebral augmentation for compression fractures, including unipedicular vs. bipedicular approach, technique pearls, and post-procedure care.
This module is not eligible for CME.
Why We Need to Be Treating Osteoporosis for Our Compression Fracture Patients
In this episode, host Dr. Jacob Fleming interviews Dr. Douglas Beall about the importance of interventional radiologists stepping up to address the entire picture of osteoporosis and taking the initiative to treat the underlying cause of the disease.
Primer on Medical Treatment of Osteoporosis and Non-Surgical Management
In this episode, host Dr. Jacob Fleming interviews Dr. Douglas Beall about current osteoporosis diagnosis criteria, his treatment algorithm, and recent data showing efficacy of osteoanabolic agents and vertebroplasty.
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