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TLIF or spinal fusion & SpondylolisthesisSpinal fusion is done in those patients in which there is instability on X Ray or if decompression will result in instability. Fusion can be done by other open or minimally invasive technique. In this surgic

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

Cervical Disc Prolapse and Anterior Cervical Discetomy & Fusion45 year old male had been having neck pain for last seven years on & off. for Last seven days he developed sharp shooting current like pain going from neck in to right arm. pain was unb

Cervical Spine tuberculosis50 year old female had neck pain with tingling in both arms. Her MRI should destruction of two cervical spine vertebra with abscess and spinal cord compression. She underwent anterior cervical corpectomy and fusion (ACCF

A 36 year Old female had history of Back pain with Both Lower Limb sciatica like pain since 2 years. Her pain used to increase with standing and walking and she felt better at rest. Her symptoms had worsened over last few weeks and she had developed

A 22-year-old woman presented to our emergency department with a 9-week history of worsening neck stiffness, inability to grip objects, lift arms up, self-care and lower limb weakness. She reported no recent travel or history of trauma and denied pr

High grade spondylolisthesis and TLIF57 yr female had severe back pain with both calf and thigh pain for last 4 years. Pain increased with sitting standing and walking and used to get better with rest. She could not sit, stand or walk for more than

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

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