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Osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures and cement augmentation or kyphoplasty78 yr old male had fall in bathroom resulting in L3 lumbar vertebra fracture. Pt was diabetic and hypertensive. Fracture was intially managed nonoperatively with rest

Coccydynia and its management54 yr old had pain in the region of tail bone since last 8 yrs. He had history of fall 8 yrs back with fracrure of sacral bone. He was not able to sit for more than 5 mins but was comfortable standing and walking. becua

Coccydynia & Coccygectomy ( Tail bone Pain)Coccyx also known as Tail bone is the triangular vestigial bone that forms lowermost tip of our spine. It is attached to sacrum through Sacrococcygeal Joint. Normally this Joint is immobile, that is there

Tuberculosis of Spine in ChildrenTuberculosis of spine in children behaves in somewhat different manner when compared to adults. Any deformity or bone destruction can give rise to future deformity as the child grows. The younger the patient higher a

Epidural Injection or Selective Nerve root blockPatients with Sciatica and Slip Disc sometimes, Not responding to medications are candidates for Spinal injections commonly known as Epidural injections. Most commonly used technique for spinal injec

Endoscopic DiscectomyEndoscopic discectomy is a minimally invasive spine surgery or Key hole surgery done under local anaesthsia. In this procedure, Disc is removed through avery small incision . Patient gets immediate pain releif and is discharged

Endoscopic DiscectomyEndoscopic discectomy is a minimally invasive spine surgery or Key hole surgery done under local anaesthsia. In this procedure, Disc is removed through avery small incision . Patient gets immediate pain releif and is discharged

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

Transpedicular Biopsy of Spinal lesionsFor majority of cases of Spinal lesions on MRI, Diagnosis can be easily made on radiological findings and empirical treatment started. However in some cases with suspicion of Malignancy or Metastasis and atyp

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