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Spinal Decompression Surgery by Removal of Discs Discectomy
A surgical procedure to decompress and relieve pressure on spinal nerves caused by a slipped or herniated spinal disc. The procedure involves the removal of all or part of the slipped or herniated disc.
Spinal Decompression Surgery by Removal of Vertebrae
A surgical procedure to relieve pressure on the spinal cord and nerves. The procedure involves the removal of affected vertebrae with release of the spinal cord and/or nerves.
Spinal Decompression Surgery, Laminectomy or Laminotomy
A surgical procedure to relieve pressure on the spinal cord and/or spinal nerves usually caused by bone spurs or arthritis of the spine. The procedure involves the removal of partial lamina (laminotomy) or the removal of one or more lamina (laminectomy) with the release of spinal cord and/or nerves.
Spinal Fusion of Middle or Lower Spine Bones
A surgical procedure to stabilize the spine or correct a spinal deformity. The procedure involves joining two or more thoracic or lumbar vertebrae permanently using allograft / autograft bone, rods and/or screws.
Spinal Fusion of Upper or Cervical Spine Bones
A surgical procedure to stabilize the neck. The procedure involves joining two or more cervical vertebrae permanently using either allograft / autograft bone, and/or rods and screws through an oral, anterior or posterior approach.