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Table 1 Literature review (tabular form)

From: A medium invasiveness multi-level patient’s specific template for pedicle screw placement in the scoliosis surgery

No. Sr. investigator Design technique Edge shape Level Location of the supporting points Invasiveness Stability Verification
1 Tominc et al. [33] Low contact Fit and lock on the lamina 1st to 7th thoracic vertebrae On the lamina at the base of the superior articular process on both sides and at the tip of the spinous process Medium Good Moderate
2 Ferrari et al. [34] Low contact Complementary likeness of the bone surface Thoracic and lumbar vertebrae On the lamina, articular and spinous processes Medium Good Moderate
3 Ma et al. [35] Full contact Inverse of the vertebral posterior surface 1st to 12th thoracic vertebrae On the lamina, superior articular, spinous and transverse processes High Perfect Easy
4 Lu et al. [36] Full contact Inverse of the spinous, lamina, and transverse processes 2nd to 12th thoracic vertebrae On the spinous process, lamina, and transverse processes High Perfect Easy
5 Lu et al. [37] Full contact Inverse of C2 spinous process and lamina 2nd cervical vertebrae On the spinous process, lamina, and lateral masses of C2 High Perfect Easy
6 Lu et al. [38] Full contact Inverse of the vertebral posterior surface 2nd to 7th cervical vertebrae On the spinous process and lamina High Perfect Easy
7 Lu et al. [39] Full contact Inverse of the vertebral posterior surface 12th thoracic to 5th lumbar vertebrae On the posterior surface of the lumbar vertebra High Perfect Easy
8 Ryken et al. [40] Full contact Inverse of the vertebral surface 5th to 6th cervical vertebrae On the lamina, spinous and transverse processes High Perfect Easy
9 Ryken et al. [41] Full contact Inverse of the vertebral surface 2nd cervical to 1st thoracic vertebrae On the spinous process and lamina High Perfect Easy
10 Berry et al. [42] Low contact V-shape Cervical, thoracic and lumbar vertebrae On the posterior surface of the lamina plus a posterior support to fit the spinous process Medium Good Difficult
11 Goffin et al. [43] Full contact Inverse of the spinous process and lamina 1st and 2nd cervical vertebrae On the spinous process and the left and right side of the lamina High Perfect Easy
12 Porada et al. [44] Low contact V-shape 1st to 4th lumbar vertebrae On the surfaces of a vertebra’s transverse and spinous processes Medium Good Difficult
13 Van Brussel et al. [45] Low contact knife-edge 2nd to 4th lumbar vertebrae A large contact area on the top of the spinous process and a small knife-edge area on the two transverse processes Medium Good Difficult
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