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of parts of the nucleus pulposus from the center of the . . Before the operation, . efficient as flexible forceps for the removal of nucleus .

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The disc space is opened with anulus trephines and the nucleus pulposus is removed with rigid and flexible forceps as well as with automated shaver systems under intermittent endoscopic control .

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Bulging vertebral discs - Surgery Disc-FX is a technique in the field of minimally invasive spine surgery. Disc-FX only requires an endoscopic working access through a hollow needle with a diameter of only 2 mm. This approach allows treatment and removal of disc tissue inside and outside of the spinal canal (extra-and intraspinal) to remove.

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Comparison of Clinical Outcomes of Two-Level PELD and

The nucleus pulposus residue is associated with the characteristic of highly migrated nucleus pulposus. Specifically, these highly migrated nucleus pulposuses are usually multifragmented and difficult to detect by preoperative radiology examination. As Kim et al. reported, multifragmented nucleus pulposus was found in 19 of 53 patients. In .

History of Lumbar Endoscopic Spinal Surgery and the

History of Lumbar Endoscopic Spinal Surgery and the

Mayer and Brock described the technique of percutaneous endoscopic lumbar diskectomy (PELD) for contained disk herniation using an angled lens scope allowing dorsal vision around the annular tear [].This was similar to Schreiber’s biportal approach. They removed the herniated nucleus with rigid or flexible forceps, as well as with automated shaver system under intermittent endoscopic control .

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A brief history of endoscopic spine surgery in

The first endoscopic views of a herniated nucleus pulposus were published by Kambin et al. in 1988, 29 and the first reported introduction of a modified arthroscope into the intervertebral disc space was reported by Forst and Hausman in 1983. 11 Schreiber et al. 47 and Suezawa et al. 50 published their bilateral approach for a percutaneous .

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(C) The endoscopic forceps are seen removing the herniated disk fragment. (D) Final view and illustration showing the decompressed traversing nerve root (NR). Fig. 18.21 Postoperative sagittal (A) and axial (B) MRIs showing complete removal of the herniated nucleus pulposus and decompressed neural tissues. The remaining annular flap is also noted.

Comparison of Clinical Outcomes of Two-Level PELD and

Comparison of Clinical Outcomes of Two-Level PELD and

The nucleus pulposus residue is associated with the characteristic of highly migrated nucleus pulposus. Specifically, these highly migrated nucleus pulposuses are usually multifragmented and difficult to detect by preoperative radiology examination. As Kim et al. reported, multifragmented nucleus pulposus was found in 19 of 53 patients. In .

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Functional outcomes of full-endoscopic spine surgery for

Full-endoscopic lumbar discectomy (FELD) is an alternative to posterior open surgery to treat a high-grade migrated herniated disc. However, because of the complexity of the surgery, success is dependent on the surgeon’s skill. Therefore, patients are frequently treated using open discectomy. Anatomical constraints and technical difficulties can lead to the incomplete removal of high-grade .

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Lumbar Disc Herniation | Drtamertekin.com | Türkiye

Nucleus pulposus is at the center of the disc. It has a tenacious, although soft, fibrocartilage structure. As for annulus fibrosus, it is a structure that surrounds the nucleus pulposus in a radial manner. The structure of the disc has a semi-liquid content. When there is load on the spine, nucleus pulposus expands radially towards the edges.

Historical Background of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Historical Background of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

In 1983, Kambin and Gellman 25 performed a diskectomy by inserting a Craig cannula and a small forceps into the disk space after an open laminectomy to evacuate the nucleus pulposus. In 1985, Onik et al 26 reported the development of a 2 mm blunt-tipped suction cutting probe for automated percutaneous diskectomy at L4–L5 or higher levels.

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- 2 - • Automated percutaneous lumbar discectomy (APLD): a pneumatically driven, suction-cutting probe within a 2.8 mm outer diameter cannula, removes approximately 1-3 grams of disc material anterior to the herniation. • Intradiscal electrothermal therapy (IDET): a flexible thermal resistive coil (electrode or catheter) coagulates the disc tissue with radiant heat (electrothermal energy).

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Percutaneous Endoscopic Cervical Diskectomy and

6 Percutaneous Endoscopic Cervical Diskectomy and Stabilization SANG-HO LEE AND YONG AHN Percutaneous endoscopic cervical diskectomy (PECD) is a new surgical method for treating soft cervical disk herniations. The goal of the procedure is decompression of the spinal nerve root by percutaneous removal of the herniated mass and shrinkage of the nucleus pulposus under local…

A brief history of endoscopic spine surgery in

A brief history of endoscopic spine surgery in

The first endoscopic views of a herniated nucleus pulposus were published by Kambin et al. in 1988, 29 and the first reported introduction of a modified arthroscope into the intervertebral disc space was reported by Forst and Hausman in 1983. 11 Schreiber et al. 47 and Suezawa et al. 50 published their bilateral approach for a percutaneous .

History of Lumbar Endoscopic Spinal Surgery and the

History of Lumbar Endoscopic Spinal Surgery and the

Mayer and Brock described the technique of percutaneous endoscopic lumbar diskectomy (PELD) for contained disk herniation using an angled lens scope allowing dorsal vision around the annular tear [].This was similar to Schreiber’s biportal approach. They removed the herniated nucleus with rigid or flexible forceps, as well as with automated shaver system under intermittent endoscopic control .

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The procedure included the use of 3-5mm cannulas from the posterolateral approach, curettes and time consuming manual removal of the nucleus pulposus with pituitary forceps. 9 The theory was that the reduction of intradiscal pressure would reduce irritation of the nerve root and the nociceptive nerve receptors in the annulus. 12 The procedure .

Percutaneous diskectomy in the treatment of pediatric

Percutaneous diskectomy in the treatment of pediatric

 · Intervertebral lumbar disk herniation in children and adolescents is rare. The incidence varies between 0.8% and 3.8% of all disks treated surgically.…

History of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery |

History of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery |

In 1983, Kambin and Gellman performed a discectomy by inserting a Craig cannula and a small forceps into the disc space, after an open laminectomy, to dorsolaterally evacuate the nucleus pulposus. In 1975, Hijikata et al. ( 43 ) reported performing a percutaneous nucleotomy under local anesthesia, with partial resection of the disc material via .