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Prolapsed Intervertberal Disc

Prolapsed disc or slipped disc implicates that a portion of disc ( the means a part of disc usually nucleus pulposus which is a soft gelatinous material ) comes out of the disc through


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Spondylolisthesis

Spondylolisthesis is a defect or fracture of part of the vertebral bone called the pars interarticularis. It usually occurs in the lumbar region. Spondylolisthesis (Low Back) is a forward slippage of one vertebral body on top of another.


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Scoliosis

Scoliosis is the term given to abnormal lateral curvature of the spine when looked from front or back. If diagnosed early then it could be treated conservatively through bracing and therapeutic maneuvers. For some cases the curve is significant enough which should be operated


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Lumbar Canal Stenosis

Spinal stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal canal, which places pressure on the spinal cord. If the stenosis is located on the lower part of the spinal cord it is called lumbar spinal stenosis. Stenosis in the upper part of the spinal cord is called cervical spinal stenosis.


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Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Minimal invasive spine surgery deals with operating through small incisions. It means less blood loss, lee pain and early discharge for the patient. It usually involves more refined instruments , microscope and


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Spinal infections

Spinal infections can be caused by either a bacterial or a fungal infection in another part of the body that has been carried into the spine through the bloodstream.


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Spinal cord injury

Damage to any part of the spinal cord or nerves at the end of the spinal canal. A traumatic spinal cord injury may happen because of a sudden blow or cut to the spine.


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Occipitocervical problems

Occipitocervical stabilization in the pediatric age group remains a challenge because of the regional anatomy, poor occipital bone purchase, and, in some instances, significant thinning of the occipital bone. Multiple bicortical fixation points to the occipital bone may be required to increase construct rigidity.


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