Spinal Endoscopy

Spinal endoscopy is one of the techniques used in interventions called minimally invasive surgery. This method allows surgeons to operate herniated discs, spinal stenosis and other diseases using a thin tube into which is built a small camera and optical instrumentation that allows for minimal incisions to perform the operations. By connecting the endoscope camera with a high resolution monitors, surgeons have a view of the surgical site with all kinds of detail and can perform detailed operations with minimal incisions and patient discomfort. Currently, the use of this technique is increasingly widespread operations disc, spinal stenosis and other diseases.

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