Here at 10 months I have movement at the fusion site and am facing a revision surgery. I have to go in shortly to discuss the specifics and am terrified of the prospect of a 360 revision since every single person I’ve ever heard of having a revision done has had a 360 done.
Does anyone know what if anything can actually be done from the posterior to improve a failed fusion or is it always from both ?
I'm guessing the answer to that is that it depends on what is wrong, and I assume its because once something is attempted the only way to really access between the vertebrae is from the front?
I so so so so don't want a 360 revision, I’m going to get a few opinions I’m really scared from screwed up from this mentally. . . I can’t f’n believe that my simple L4-L5 fusion has turned into such a mess . . .
--) Dave (--