Herniated disc percutaneous surgery

Percutaneous surgical disc herniation is a minimally invasive technique to remove herniated spinal both lumbar and cervical without open surgery. This surgery involves removing the nucleus pulposus of the intervertebral disc through a small incision in the skin. This is achieved by introducing an endoscope, an instrument that includes a thin tube with a lens and allows viewing on a screen structures and tissues, as well as the whole process, using fine instruments, such as laser and radiofrequency. The patient can lead normal lives the day after surgery and does not require a special rehabilitation perform.

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