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Abstract

BACKGROUND:

Biomechanics showed that cervical spine injury is associated with mechanics.

OBJECTIVE:

To summarize advances in implanted screw biomechanics in treating cervical spine injury in athletes.

METHODS:

A computer-based online search of PubMed and CNKI database was performed for related articles with the key words “cervical spine injury; implanted nail; biomechanics” in Chinese and English. Articles that accurately reflected and reported advances in cervical biomechanics were selected, and 28 were included and analyzed.

RESULTS AND CONCLUSION:

The biomechanics of implanted screws for athletes with cervical spine injury was analyzed from aspects of cervical endogenous stability, exogenous stability and functional exercise to provide theoretical evidence for functional exercise of the athletes. To balance cervical endogenous stability and exogenous stability is very important for treating cervical spine injury and provide new theoretical evidence for understanding occurrence, development, diagnosis and treatment selection for spinal cord injury.

RESULTS AND CONCLUSION:

Ye XP. Biomechanics of implanted screws for cervical spine injury.Zhongguo Zuzhi Gongcheng Yanjiu yu Linchuang Kangfu. 2011;15(52): 9831-9834. [http://www.crter.cnhttp://en.zglckf.com]

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