Cervical

Cervical Prolapsed Disc

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Patient : PID Cervical Spine

Cervical Disc Herniation - Single level 34 yr old male, complaining of radiating arm pain along Rt UL, mainly along C6,7 distribution, for more than 11 months. He had persistent radiculopathy & failed conservative management. He also developed wasting in his triceps  Cervical Disc Herniation - Single level  34 yr old male, complaining of radiating arm pain along Rt UL, mainly ...

Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy

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Patient : Laminectomy for multi-level CSM

Cervical Laminoplasty - Multilevel Posterior 55 yr old male, presented with inability to walk with quadruparesis following a trivial fall at home. His Xrays were normal except for congenital C2-3 fusion. His MRI showed significant cervical degeneration with multi-level cervical stenosis at

Cervical Laminoplasty - Multilevel Posterior
55 yr old male, presented with ...

Atlanto-Axial Dislocation (AAD)

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Patient : C1-C2

A 14 year old boy presented with myelopathic features, inability to grasp objects, inability to maintain balance, or even walk a few steps. He had a history of trauma in young childhood, following which he had recovered. Over a six year period, he developed neurological problems. His MRI revealed Atlanto-Axial Dislocation (AAD), with significant cord compression at the ...

Cervical Artificial Disc Replacement

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Patient : C6,C7 ADR

A 37 year old female from Tanzania, presented with persistent pain along her Left upper limb since last two years. She had numerous consultations and physiotherapy sessions, including the metros in India as well as the UK. She had a disc prolapse at C6,7 level, on the left side. (Fig. 1,2,3)

After a detailed discussion with her regarding the optimum choice of treatment for a young ...

Paed Cervicothoracic Koch\'s Spine

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Patient : T2,3 vertebral reconstruction

An 18 month child, presented with acute paraparesis and a localized kyphusa the cervico-thoracic region. He was already on AKT for last 3 months, and his initial MRI showed early paradiscal involvement at the T2,3 level (Fig. 1).

His fresh MRI (3 months after initial MRI) showed significant increase in destruction of the vertebrae, with huge amount of pus formation, causing ...

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