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Get Ready for 100 Years of Active Spine Life Using Percutaneous Endoscopic Spine Surgery (PESS)
Lumbar spinal stenosis is the most common indication for spinal surgery in patients older than 65 years. After the introduction of Kambin's safety triangle, percutaneous endoscopic spine surgery has started through transforaminal approach for discectomy and is now being extended...
How to Incorporate Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery in Practice?
The primary aim of any spine surgeon is continual development of one’s techniques and thus achieve better clinical and functional patient outcomes. In a world where even the ‘gold standard’ conventional open surgery is looked upon with apprehension, minimally invasive...
Aseptic Spondylodiscitis Resulting from Intradiscal Radiofrequency Ablation (IDRA) in Patients with Herniated Disc Disease: A Report of Ten Cases
Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate the clinical presentation, radiological features, management, and outcomes of aseptic spondylodiscitis after Intradiscal radiofrequency ablation (IDRA). Methods: Between 2014 and 2015, ten patients were diagnosed with...
Trans-Sacral Epiduroscopic-Assisted 1,414-nm Nd:YAG Laser Decompression for Lumbar Discal Cyst: A Report of 9 Cases
Prevalence of lumbar discal cyst is very low, it can cause low back pain and radiating leg pain when present. Currently, trans-sacral epiduroscopic-assisted, 1,414-nm Nd:YAG laser decompression (SELD) is commonly used for spinal pathologies. However, the use of the laser for...
Safety and Efficacy of Endoscopic Posterior Cervical Discectomy and Foraminotomy Using Three-Point Plaster Traction Technique
The endoscopic posterior cervical foraminotomy and discectomy have been continuously developed and are considered widely performed minimally invasive procedures while maximally preserving patients’ anatomical structures. In posterior cervical spine surgery, the Mayfield head...
Percutaneous Endoscopic Transforaminal Lumbar Discectomy For Massive Disc Herniation Causing Cauda Equina Syndrome: A Case Report
Traditional open and microscopic approaches for lumbar discectomy in cauda equina syndrome are associated with retraction of thecal sac and nerve root which was already compromised. Our study looks upon a case of cauda equina syndrome due to massive disc herniation which was...
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