transsacral

transsacral

/trans·sa·cral/ (tran-sa´kral) through or across the sacrum.
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35],[36] Local removal may be performed by transanal, transsacral (Kraske), or transvaginal approach.
Transsacral transvertebral screw fixation and posterolateral fusion for spondyloptosis in an adolescent.
The surgical options generally include anterior fixation only with external fixator or plate and screws, posterior fixation only with SI screws or plates and screws, transsacral fixation, transiliac bars, spinopelvic fixation, or various combinations.
Posterior pelvic fixation is typically done with percutaneous SI screws or plating from an anterior or posterior approach, with other options, including transsacral fixation or transiliac bars.
Ultimately, a transsacral neurostimulator improved her bladder symptoms.
Transsphincteric and transsacral approaches should be appropriate when lesions are not suitable for transanal surgery;
Supplemental S1 fixation for type C pelvic ring injuries: Biomechanical study of a long iliosacral versus a transsacral screw.
Does minimally invasive transsacral fixation provide anterior column support in adult scoliosis?