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Table 1 Patient demographics, sagittal balance parameters, and clinical outcomes

From: Impact of Spinopelvic sagittal alignment on the surgical outcomes of dropped head syndrome: a multi-center study

CaseAge
(y)
SexC2–7SVAC2–7AT1SSVATKLLPIPI-LLPTApproachLevels of anterior surgeryLevels of posterior surgeryNumber of fused levelsFailureRevision surgery due to DJKDistant lumbar surgeryOther perioperative complications
150F55−6023−47335034−163APC4–6C2–T28
273F72−7545513332421020APC4–6C2–T39++
368F72−55438617−8515952APC3–7C3–T49++
476M73−1941−16486055−522APC3–6C3–T38
580F53−7026− 58455640−164APC4–7C3–T38
685F54−3450575045−524APC3–7C3–T16Respiratory distress
779M66−2031−11485957−221APC3–6C2–T28++Severe dysphagia
884F83−636570677676027APC3–6C2–T511++Deep infection
957F78−6152−23326060029APC3–6C3–T49
1041F86−2446−76536342−2116APC5–7C3–T38
1181F44−531012283464341APC4–7C3–75++
1280F49−551102021482738APC4–7C2–76++
1382F78−7127−113623552248APC3–6C2–T39
1483F40−829−16625440−1420APC4–7C4–T15
1563F45−7210−72236054−618APC3–6C2–T39
  1. AP Antero–posterior method, DJK distal junctional failure, F female, M male