CNS Neurosurgery | I’ve searched the world to find and use what I consider to be the best anterior spinal reconstruction prosthetics
I’ve searched the world to find and use what I consider to be the best anterior spinal reconstruction prosthetics
This ‘case study’ is a great example of how wonderful prosthetics can be used to reconstruct a neuro-compressive and increasingly painful cervical spine condition. These products are supported by scientific peer-reviewed published studies.
This nice man in his late-40s had presented with symptomatic cervical spondylosis. His pre-operative MRI of the cervical spine (the first two images below) showed collapse disc spaces (tips of red arrows) and calcified herniated discs (disc-osteophyte complexes; red dashed circles) at C5/6 and C6/7. A more normal looking disc space (at C4/5) is marked by the green arrow.