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With a rounded, plain anatomical structure, intervertebral discs are very important for the mobility of the spine. Injuries and degenerative disc ruptures and can compress the nerve roots, causing pain. The damaged discs can be nowadays replaced with artificial ones, through the total disc replacement surgery. Artificial intervertebral disks ...

Treatments and surgeries for spinal conditions and injuries will depend on the type of trauma, the degree of severity, and options available for such injuries or disease processes. There are various treatments and procedure depending on the affected area:   Minimally invasive spine surgery Lumbar spine surgery Thoracic...

Scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine that can be treated in several ways depending on the severity of the condition and its progression. The spine of someone with scoliosis has an "S" or "C" shape. Surgery is generally recommended to patients who feel constant pain, have difficulty breathing, or a steadily worseni...

Percutaneous endoscopic lumbar discectomy (PELD) is a surgical procedure used for the decompression of the lumbar disc space and removal of nucleus pulposus (the central portion of an intervertebral disc) via a posterolateral approach, through a cannula. The method is recommended for patients with nonsequestrated lumbar disc herniation with an ...

Lumbar artificial disc replacement is the procedure through which a damaged spine disc is replaced with an artificial one. By replacing the disc and removing it, as in the case of spinal fusion procedure, the spine keeps its natural mobility, therefore preventing abnormal motion or stress on the other spinal segments. Good candidates for th...

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