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Minimally Invasive Spine Fracture FixationA 40 year old female had a road traffic accident leading to Burst fracture L1. She had severe pain in back and was not able to move out of Bed. Her MRI showed Burst fracture of L1 vertebrae with Disrupted P

Osteoporotic Spinal fractures75 year old patient from Ghaziabad had fall at home followed by fracture in L2 vertebrae in Spine. He was initially treated with rest and taylor brace. But after 4 months of treatment he still had severe back pain that w

Surgical treatment may be suggested to treat pain that has not responded to non-operative treatment or if there is severe neurologic deficit such as bowel or bladder incontinence or progressive weakness in vital muscle groups. With the exception of t

Fracture of Spine53 year old female had fall from bike resulting in severe back pain. Her Xray showed fracture of L1 vertebrae and ruptured Spinal ligaments. Luckily she did not have any weakness in legs and her neurology was normal. CT showed an un

Tuberculosis of Lumbar Spine49 year old male from Congo had been suferring from Back pain with radiation to leg for last 7 months. His MRI of Lumbar Spine showed abscess as well as destruction of bones of Lumar Spine resulting in Nerve compression

Atlantoaxial Instability and C1 C2 Fusion25 year old female complained of Neck Pain with tingling along neck and upper limbs . She also had difficult in walking and urinary frequency. Her MRI showed signal change at C1 level without any signific

Dorsal Myelopathy and OPLLDorsal myelopathy is characterised by dificulty in walking, tightness in legs, Imbalance, urinary problems and weakness in legs. The cause is usually either ossified disc or Posterior Ligament (OPLL) and Ossified Ligament

Dorsal Myelopathy and OPLLDorsal myelopathy is characterised by dificulty in walking, tightness in legs, Imbalance, urinary problems and weakness in legs. The cause is usually either ossified disc or Posterior Ligament (OPLL) and Ossified Ligament

Lower Back Pain - Things You Must Need To Keep In Mind!Lower back pain is a very common issue and can take place due to numerous reasons. However, one of its main causes is a ligament strain or back muscle strain. Microscopic tear or excessive stret

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