SURGICAL MEDICAL PROGRAM FOR LUMBAR DISC HERNIA. SIMPLE LUMBAR DISCECTOMY
Herniated discs are related to age-related degeneration of the fibrous ring, they can also degenerate from some trauma from lifting injuries, straining, and being involved.
Most herniated discs occur in the lower back, although they can also occur in the neck.
A herniated disc refers to a condition of one of the cartilaginous cushions (discs) found between the individual bones (vertebrae)
A herniated disc can occur anywhere in the spine, it can irritate a nearby nerve. Depending on the location of the herniated disc, it can cause pain, numbness, or weakness in a limb.
The spinal disc has a soft, gelatinous core or center encapsulated in a harder outer ring. A herniated disc occurs when part of the nucleus is pushed out through a tear in the ring.
As a disc degenerates and deteriorates, the inner core can leak out to the outside of the disc, and this condition is known as a herniated disc.
Hospitalization (4 days)
Hospitalization in private room (meals and nursing care included)
Inpatient medical care (daily round visit)
Initial evaluation and preparation of clinical history
Consultation with specialists in
Blood group ABO and RH
Rapid Antibody Test Against HIV-1/2
Pathological Anatomy Research
Diagnostic biopsy of surgical pieces
Simple x-ray of the lumbar spine (4)
Nuclear Magnetic resonance of the lumbosacral spine
Surgical Procedure: general anesthesia
Image Intensifier at the operating room
SimpleLlumbar discectomy (Caspar or its modifications)
Medical report, conclusions and recommendations.
Note: Accompanying person's accommodation 40.00 USD daily (meals included).
Medications, disposable material, blood, derivatives or their substitutes and artificial support materials are excluded, when indicated.
RELATED SPINE SURGERY TREATMENTS
Simple Lumbar Discectomy (Caspar or its modifications)