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SPINAL TUMOUR – EARLY DIAGNOSIS AND TIMELY SURGERY IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS

SPINAL TUMOUR – EARLY DIAGNOSIS AND TIMELY SURGERY IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS

Spinal tumour – Early diagnosis and timely surgery is the key to success 29-year woman with incidentally diagnosed asymptomatic benign osteoblastoma in D7 lamina when she got MRI for neck pain. Dr. Amish Sanghvi explained to them the risks of future progression of tumours which can lead to spinal cord compression and paraplegia. Surgery for

CERVICAL FRACTURE FIXATION – HIGH CERVICAL ANTERIOR APPROACHES ARE NOW POSSIBLE

CERVICAL FRACTURE FIXATION – HIGH CERVICAL ANTERIOR APPROACHES ARE NOW POSSIBLE

Cervical fracture fixation – High cervical anterior approaches are now possible A 35-year-old woman with Hangman’s fracture type-3 (traumatic spondylolisthesis of C2) with intact neurology. Dr. Sanghvi did C2-C3 anterior cervical fusion and plating to achieve stability. Preoperative CT showing Traumatic spondylolisthesis of C2 Postop C2-3 Anterior ACDF+plating This special case was handled

SPECIAL CASE OF VARUS DEFORMITY OF BOTH KNEE JOINT

SPECIAL CASE OF VARUS DEFORMITY OF BOTH KNEE JOINT

“દુઃખ તમારું, દરકાર અમારી” Catching the Right Wave to a Pain Free Life.For people living with an injury, there’s a moment when they cannot tolerate Chronic pain any longer. #PatientStory #Patienttestimonial A 58 years old Patient was suffering from knee pain in Both Lower Limb Since about 𝟏𝟐 𝐲𝐞𝐚𝐫𝐬.That led to difficulty in walking after

SPECIAL CASE OF BILATERAL KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY

SPECIAL CASE OF BILATERAL KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY

Spinal Tuberculosis and deformity correction in 3-year child – Future risk of paraplegia avoided The problem of childhood kyphosis and scoliosis needs an early intervention to prevent future problems and this 3-year girl had 65 degrees of kyphosis due to complete destruction of D12-L1 bodies due to active tuberculosis. The girl was crying in pain