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The term minimally invasive spine surgery is used to describe a surgical technique where the surgeon uses small incisions with limited muscle retraction and soft tissue damage.
Microdiscectomy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure to treat a herniated disc, in order to relieve the pressure on a spinal nerve. The patient is placed in a knee-chest position and a c-arm is used to find the right level…
It is a surgery to stabilize (arthrodesis) of two or more adjacent vertebrae. It is performed when spinal instability is present (spondylolisthesis, fracture etc.) or complementary to other surgical procedures such as …