MicrodiscectomyA lumbar microdiscectomy is performed to relieve pressure on nerve roots caused by a severe herniated disc in the lumbar spine that causes sciatica like pain. The lumbar spine is the lower area consisting of the bottom five vertebrae

LUMBAR MICRODISCEECTOMY AND CAUDA EQUINA SYNDROME32 year old female presented with complaints of back pain with both legs pain since 2 months. Her pain were sciatica like sharp shooting in nature and increased with activity and reduced with rest. S

Slip Disc or Herniated discAlso called slip discs or ruptured discs, herniated discs refer to those problems involving the protrusion of spinal discs through cracks in the tough exterior. They can cause much irritation in the nerves and could amoun

Back pain, Slip disc & SciaticaThe spine is divided into 33 Bony vertebra with each vertebra separated by Soft discs which act as shock absorbed. Behind the vertebrae is the spinal canal in which lies the spinal cord and nerve roots which travel f

Lumbar canal Stenosis and degenerative spondylolisthesis - Decompression and fusion. A 77 year old male from Hapur had severe back pain with pain in both legs and buttocks. He had severe Neurogenic claudication, i.e pain, numbness, tingling in both

Herniated Disc - Know How It Affects You!A herniated disc also known as a slip disc or prolapsed disc refers to the problem where one of the discs located in between the bones of the vertebrae(backbone) gets damaged and stacks itself upon the nerves

Lumbar Canal stenosis with Degenerative SpondylolisthesisLumbar canal stenosis is a common cause of back and leg pain commonly seen in middle aged and elderly patients. It is caused by disc prolapse and bony over growth of facet joints resulting in

TB of Cervical Spine (Tuberculosis of Spine) Or Pott's Spine52 year old female presented with sudden onset weakness in hands and legs along with numbness for last four days. She was not able to pass urine since 1 day. she had background history of

Back pain and spondylolisthesisback pain is very common. back pain is of two types mechanical and non mechanical. mechanical back pain increases with activity and gets better with rest and most common cause of mechanical back pain is slip disc. non