Relationships between radiographic parameters and spinopelvic muscles in adult spinal deformity patients
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Introduction While the clinical impact of coronal and sagittal alignment in adult spinal deformity (ASD) patients (pts) is established, there is a paucity of data in terms of axial plane deformity and potential association between muscle degenera- tion and 3D deformity. The purpose of this study was to analyze spinopelvic muscles characteristics in association with the 3D deformity of ASD patients. Methods This is a prospective cohort study; primary lumbar scoliosis patients (Cobb > 20°) were enrolled and sustained a low-dose X-rays with 3D spinal reconstructions and a fat/water separation MRI (from C7 to the knee). Volumetric 3D reconstructions and fat infiltration (FI) of 6 muscles groups were performed. Relationships between muscular data, radio- graphic parameters and health-related quality of life were investigated. Patients were stratified and compared based on the SRS classification, the odontoid-hip axis (ODHA) angle (> or < 6.1°) and occurrence of rotatory subluxation. Results and discussion Twenty-eight patients were enrolled with a mean age of 60 ± 16yo and mean body mass index of 26 ± 4 kg/m2 without differences between groups. There were a moderate sagittal malalignment and a Cobb angle of 45 ± 11° (table). Muscular volume was smaller in patients with more severe deformity (p > 0.05). Pts with ODHA > 6.1° or pelvic incidence minus lumbar lordosis > 10° had significantly higher FI for the 6 muscular groups, patients with pelvic tilt > 20° had significantly higher FI for erector spinae, hip flexors and extensors (p < 0.05). SF36-PCS significantly correlated with the muscular volume; SRS and Oswestry disability index correlated with the erectors spinae volume (p < 0.05). Conclusion This study analyzed for the first time the relationship between 3D radiographic parameters and muscular charac- teristics in ASD. Sagittal malalignment is associated with increased FI and decreased muscle volumes with poor outcomes.
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