Discectomy (MED) is a minimally invasive technique for the treatment of lumbar disc herniation. The posterior approach is used to directly r
Discectomy (MED) is a minimally invasive technique for the treatment of lumbar disc herniation. The posterior approach is used to directly remove the herniated intervertebral disc in the intervertebral disc. With: 1 small trauma: general skin trauma in about 1.5 cm. 2 security: because there is a micro lens camera system will enlarge the field more than 60 times, through the optical fiber transmission projection on the display, the blood vessels are clearly visible, it can avoid accidental injury. 3 quick recovery: early postoperative out of bed, a few days can be discharged, lumbocrural pain symptoms can be alleviated. 4 can carry on the intervertebral disc operation of multiple parts and multiple spaces at the same time. 5 the operation time is short, the postoperative infection rate is low, the patient has less pain, shorter hospitalization time, less dosage and lower hospitalization cost.
Its indications for:
1 conservative treatment for 6~12 weeks, the effect is not ideal.
2 recurrent symptoms and serious impact on work and life, the history of more than 3 months.
3 regardless of the length of history, once appear obvious nerve root paralysis damage and other acute disc herniation.
4 central disc herniation with cauda equina nerve damage, stool dysfunction, CT showed no obvious calcification of the intervertebral disc or posterior longitudinal ligament.