Why does the intervertebral disc prominent disease do not do the fusion surgery as far as possible?

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One patient asked me if I had a lumbar disc herniation My answer is, for patients with severe symptoms, anxious to relieve symptoms, try to

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One patient asked me if I had a lumbar disc herniation My answer is, for patients with severe symptoms, anxious to relieve symptoms, try to follow the concept of step by step treatment. People are original good. According to your condition, degeneration is not serious. According to your age 38 years old, not big. Now it's a bit of a mix. Your condition can be done minimally invasive surgery, the overall excellent rate of about 95%. If the minimally invasive endoscopic can be cured, why get a knife? In case of bad repair surgery is greater. Minimally invasive surgery, even if the effect is not good, do fusion surgery, according to a large percentage of the population, the incidence of risk is much lower.

For example, 10 thousand patients with lumbar disc herniation do fusion surgery, the incidence of complications in accordance with the calculation of 2%, that is, after the efficacy of the 200 fusion is not good. If 10 thousand patients do not fusion surgery with minimally invasive surgery, according to the probability of complications in 2% count, 200 people need to do repair surgery, the 200 men after fusion with bad curative effect rate is 4. 200 people and how much is the gap between the 4? Not to say how much economic investment, just how many patients do not need surgery? It has great social significance.

 

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