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Image-Guided Spine Surgery.

The realm of spine surgery is undergoing a transformative shift, thanks to the integration of image-guided navigation technology. This innovative system seamlessly blends real-time imaging data with precise location tracking. While the indispensable expertise of experienced spine surgeons remains irreplaceable, navigation systems bring a host of valuable advantages to the operating room. By offering a comprehensive view of the surgical anatomy, these systems empower surgeons to conduct procedures with accuracy, while minimizing radiation exposure for both patients and medical professionals. Moreover, image-guided navigation paves the way for integration of other state-of-the-art technologies, such as augmented reality and robotics. These innovations promise to further revolutionize the field, providing greater precision and expanding the horizons of what is possible in the world of spinal procedures. This article explores the evolution, classification, and impact of image-guided spine surgery, underscoring its pivotal role in enhancing efficacy and safety while setting the stage for the incorporation of future technological advancements.

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