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Figure 1: Technique of posterior lumbar interbody fusion. (a) Intraoperative prone position of patient and C-arm. (b) Skin marking for midline incision. (c) Exposure in midline till tips of transverse process bilaterally. (d and e) Bilateral pedicle screw insertion. (f) Interbody trial of cage size after discectomy. (g) Bone graft for interbody cage. (h) Final picture after cage and rod application with decompressed spinal canal. (i and j) Preoperative X-rays and magnetic resonance imaging, (k)Postoperative X-ray at 6 months

Figure 1: Technique of posterior lumbar interbody fusion. (a) Intraoperative prone position of patient and C-arm. (b) Skin marking for midline incision. (c) Exposure in midline till tips of transverse process bilaterally. (d and e) Bilateral pedicle screw insertion. (f) Interbody trial of cage size after discectomy. (g) Bone graft for interbody cage. (h) Final picture after cage and rod application with decompressed spinal canal. (i and j) Preoperative X-rays and magnetic resonance imaging, (k)Postoperative X-ray at 6 months