Minimally invasive surgery for lumbar disc herniation: endoscopic sinus surgeryThe appearance of "the technique of the intervertebral forame
Minimally invasive surgery for lumbar disc herniation: endoscopic sinus surgery
The appearance of "the technique of the intervertebral foramen mirror" will be the minimally invasive treatment of the disc herniation to a new height. The doctor through the puncture of the skin into the lumbar intervertebral disc patients, removal of prominent nucleus pulposus, to achieve the purpose of nerve decompression. Endoscopic surgery is to obtain the maximum benefit at the lowest cost.
A hand-held instrument is an endoscope
Advantages of transforaminal endoscopic technique
1: the minimally invasive incision is only about 7mm, intradermal suture, no stitches, no scar is left after operation. Do not destroy paravertebral muscles and ligaments, do not bite the laminectomy, bleeding is very small, to avoid the traditional open surgery on the spinal canal and nerve interference, no influence on the stability of the spine. As one of the most minimally invasive and minimally invasive procedures for the treatment of lumbar disc herniation".
2 also is a very important aspect of the operation can be done under local anesthesia, avoiding general anesthesia, reduce the interference to the body organs.
3 high safety: magnifying several times in the intervertebral disc, you can clearly see the prominent intervertebral disc and nerve, surgical vision is extremely clear. With local anesthesia, can interact with the patient during the surgery, patients get direct feedback in order to avoid the injury of nerve root.
4 good effect: under the direct vision to get the nerve root decompression, postoperative pain relief and other symptoms.
5 fast recovery: after the operation can be, and can take care of themselves, simple care. The concept of internationalization to guide rehabilitation, early postoperative recovery of normal life and work.
6 broad indications: removal of most types of lumbar disc herniation and prolapse of intervertebral foramen stenosis, can handle and spinal stenosis.
Male, 43 years old, 10 years of pain, increased in February.
Magnetic resonance and CT:L5/S1 intervertebral disc prolapse:
Removal of large herniated intervertebral discs with an endoscope:
Surgical decompression of the nerve (nerve was enlarged several times, very clear):
Surgical wound (minimal contrast and a dollar coin), and do not take out stitches:
2 hours after the operation can get out of bed, the patient is very satisfied