"Minimally invasive palliative resection of lumbar epidural metastasis" Andrew Yew, MD, Jon Kimball, MS, Patrick Pezeshkian, MD, Daniel C. Lu, MD, PhD Department of Neurosurgery, Ronald Reagan Medical Center, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA Spinal metastatic lesions are the most common tumors encountered by spinal surgeons. As with procedures for degenerative disease, MIS techniques have been applied to minimize muscle and soft tissue destruction in procedures for tumor resection. Here, we present a 23 year old female with radiculopathy and foot drop secondary to nerve root compression by epidural metastases from Ewing's sarcoma. This patient had a history of previous resection and instrumentation as well as multiple rounds of chemotherapy and radiation that failed to control her disease. The patient presented with 3 weeks of radicular pain and foot drop that was continuing to worsen at the time of her operation. The decision was therefore made to perform a palliative resection and decompression for relief of her progressive symptoms. In this video, we demonstrate a palliative tumor debulking and nerve root decompression utilizing an MIS approach.
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This video is an informative animated presentation that explains in detail about spinal and epidural anesthesia. If you are having certain operations such as pelvic, hip or leg surgery, you may be able to avoid general anesthesia by having your operation under spinal or epidural anesthesia instead. Spinal or epidural anesthesia are also often used during child birth. Both spinal and epidural anesthesia involve in injecting medications near the spinal cord. This makes you numb from the level of your chest down to your feet. Advantages of having spinal and epidural anesthesia include the ability to be awake during the operation and to avoid the risk of associated with general anesthesia, because spinal and epidural anesthesia rarely cause decreases in blood pressure and other changes that might require rapid treatment. Prior to receiving spinal or epidural anesthesia, the anesthetists will use an antiseptic solution to clean the area back where the medicine is injected. To decrease pain from the needle stick he or she may install a local anesthetic directly over the spot where the spinal or epidural will be inserted. Watch the video to know more about Spinal and epidural anesthesia. Visit here for more details - http://spinecare.manipalhospitals.com/home.html Best Hospital in India: Manipal Hospitals is one of the top multi-speciality hospital in India located at all major cities like Bangalore, Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam, Goa, Salem, Jaipur, Mangalore. Provides world class 24/7 Emergency services. Our top surgeons are expertise in offering best treatment for Heart, Brain, Cancer, Eye, Kidney, Joint replacement surgery & all major surgeries at affordable cost. Health Check-up packages are also available. To know more visit our website : https://www.manipalhospitals.com/ Get Connected Here: ================== Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ManipalHospitalsIndia Google+: https://plus.google.com/111550660990613118698 Twitter: https://twitter.com/ManipalHealth Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/manipalhospital Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/manipal-hospital Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/manipalhospitals/ Foursquare: https://foursquare.com/manipalhealth Alexa: http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/manipalhospitals.com Blog: https://www.manipalhospitals.com/blog/
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Source: https://www.epainassist.com What is Celiac Plexus Block? Celiac plexus block is an injection of pain medication for relief of chronic abdominal pain, commonly caused by pancreatitis, pancreatic cancer, abdominal cancer and abdominal metastatic cancer. The celiac plexus is a complex network of nerves that surrounds the aorta, the main artery into your abdomen. Celiac plexus is also known as solar plexus. Celiac plexus is located between T12 and L1, which is thoracic vertebrae and lumbar vertebrae, surrounds aorta. What Does The Celiac Plexus or Solar Plexus Do? The celiac plexus is a complex network of nerves located in the abdomen, near where the celiac trunk, superior mesenteric artery, and renal arteries branch out from the abdominal aorta. Solar plexus rich in ganglia and interconnected neurons, it is the largest autonomic nerve center in the abdominal cavity. Through branches it controls many vital functions of the human body such as adrenal secretion and intestinal contraction. In some conditions, these celiac plexus nerves can carry pain information from the gut or abdominal organ tissues back to the brain and spinal cord. How is Celiac Plexus Block Procedure Done? The patient is taken to the operating room and advised to lie prone with pillow under abdomen. The patient is sedated with intravenous sedation if needed. The skin and subcutaneous tissues are anesthetized with local anesthesia. Lidocaine 1% is used as local anesthesia. Lidocaine is injected using 23-gauge needle. Total volume used is 2-3 cc. This procedure is performed under the guidance of image intensifier. The anteroposterior, lateral and oblique views are used for the needle placement. Many live intermittent and continuous x-ray pictures are viewed for this procedure. Celiac Plexus Block Procedure: An aspiration test is performed to check accurate needle placement in the blood vessels. Once all tests are indicating that the needle is not in blood vessel, then the medications are injected at each side. A 20 cc of Marcaine 0.5% is injected on each side and needle is gently removed after injection. Why is Celiac Plexus Block Injection Done? A celiac plexus block injection is performed to block the complex network of nerves or celiac plexus nerves that go into the various organs and parts of the abdomen. This procedure may in turn reduce the abdominal pain. It is usually when the abdominal pain is intractable and fails to be relieved by other conservative treatments. Related Articles: Pancreatic Cancer: http://www.epainassist.com/abdominal-pain/pancreas/pancreatic-cancer Q&A: Can a Chronic Pancreatitis Patient Be Pain Free?: http://www.epainassist.com/abdominal-pain/q-and-a-on-can-a-chronic-pancreatitis-patient-be-pain-free-know-the-causes-symptoms-treatment Follow us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Epainassistcom-370683123050810/?ref=hl https://www.facebook.com/painassist/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel Twitter: https://twitter.com/ePainAssist G+: https://plus.google.com/+Epainassist Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/epainassist Subscribe for more Health & Fitness Related Videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/epainassist1?sub_confirmation=1
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Pain Control: Support for People With Cancer - National Institutes of Health 2008 - Publication Q018 - National Cancer Institute. Summarizes the key points and issues for cancer pain control, including ways to control pain, talking about your pain with your health care team, medicines, and your pain control plan.
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Two brain tumors (metastatic) are being removed during brain surgery. View through the microscope! Video clip from craniotomy to remove a metastatic tumor viewed from a high power magnification surgical microscope. Courtesy of Dr. Farhad Limonadi, MD .nnVideo clip from craniotomy to remove a metastatic tumor viewed from a high power magnification surgical microscope. Courtesy of Dr. Farhad Limonadi, MD .nnViewer discretion is advised: Graphic video of brain operation. Dr. Farhad M. Limonadi (neurosurgeon at Palm Springs, CA) removes two brain tumors from a .nnViewer Discretion is Advised! Surgical footage of brain surgery to remove a metastatic brain tumor while the patient is awake! Medical case footage provided by .nn
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Spine Conference at Upper Chesapeake medical Center on 4/7/17. The topic is metastatic endometrial adenocarcinoma of the spine with review of pathology.
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Carlos Llumiguano MD, Neurosurgeon from Ecuador and Spain, discusses awake craniotomy, how it is done, the indications, the procedure, and the outcomes and complications
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Female, 76 yrs old, suffering a progressive paraparesis, sensory loss and sphincter disturbances due to an intradural hematoma at level Th12-L1 .No trauma. Patient uses acenocoumarol because of an aortic valve replacement in the past.
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*Please exercise caution when watching this video as it may not be for the faint of heart. This video is of a portion of the actual surgery.* This is the video from surgery performed by Dr. Spetzler and his team at Barrow Neurologic in Phoenix, AZ. There was an Ependymoma tumor located inside of my cervical spinal cord between the 4th & 5th vertebrae. Dr. Spetzler and his team performed a posterior laminectomy on July 19, 2012 and the surgery was a success with complete removal of the tumor. Two days after surgery, I was up and walking. Now, 6 weeks out, I am wrapping up physical therapy and will be returning to work soon. I am one of the few lucky ones with great results and minimal permanent damage. God has bestowed many blessings upon me and I wanted to post this video for others who may be diagnosed with the same thing to show you that although rare, there is hope and God is good! *Note that the video has no audio*
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Call +44 (0)203 904 1940 for appointments and more information Alternatively, click here to book an appointment via email for online consultation: https://www.myhealthspecialist.com/patient/specialist/6091/Nigel%20Kellow About Dr Nigel Kellow: Dr Nigel Kellow qualified from the Royal Free in 1985 and after training in London, Paris, Oxford and Cambridge was appointed Consultant in Pain Medicine and Anaesthesia at Barts and the Royal London NHS teaching hospitals in 1996. He then did an MBA at the London Business School, which has been rated as the second best business school in the world after Harvard. His main area of clinical interests are the management of painful spinal and neurological problems, cancer related pain and neuromodulation. He specialises in the rapid assessment and treatment of painful problems and can often see and treat patients on the same day as referral. The most commonly seen problems are spinal radiculopathies including sciatica and brachalgia, spinal stenosis, metastatic bone cancer, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), persistent post-surgical pain, nerve injuries. His main area of non-clinical interest is in technology enabled data driven precision health. About Highgate Private Hospital: Easily accessible from Central London and the Home Counties, Highgate Private Hospital is located in the centre of leafy Highgate, North London, offering everything you would expect from your local private hospital including outpatient clinics, private healthcare and treatment for a wide range of medical specialities, imaging and diagnostics, health screening, Private GP services and onsite pharmacy. About myHealthSpecialist: myHealthSpecialist is the UK’s largest database of recommended specialists. Our aim is to connect patients to the very best specialists in healthcare. All of our specialists are recommended by doctors, based on their own professional experience. Their recommendations allow GPs and patients to find trusted specialists in all areas of healthcare.
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A video showing the resection of a nerve sheath tumour (intradural/extradural) "dumbbell" tumour from the spinal cord. For more information see http://spinesurgeon.sydney
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Dr. Ebraheim educational animated video illustrates spine concepts associated the lower back - lumbar spine. Spine concepts: • Acute low back pain: or low back pain with sciatica: - where the pain radiates to the leg and foot, both conditions are treated conservatively for at least 6 weeks by physiotherapy, anti-inflammatory and limited activity, even if there is a big disc in the MRI. - 90% of the patients will resolve the symptoms in 1 month. - Smoking, depression, vibration will increase the incidence of low back pain. - Intra-discal pressure will change with position, the lowest pressure is when the patient is supine, the highest pressure is when the patient is sitting leaning forward and holding weight. - If the patient comes with a low back pain and a history of cancer, you need to get an x-ray & MRI, especially if the pain is at rest at night. - In case of renal tumor, you will need to do arteriography and do embolization to the spine lesion. - The spine is a common place for metastatic tumors, the metastasis occur in the vertebral body and goes to the pedicle. - Infection will occur in the disc space, ESR & CRP will be elevated, 50% of the patients will have fever, & less than 50% will have increased WBC count. - Get blood culture, its positive in 24% of the cases. - Get MRI and give antibiotics. - In the case of epidural abscess, we’ll do surgery. - Osteoporotic fracture: start with wrist then spine, then hip. - After 1 year of treatment with medications you decrease the incidence of vertebral fracture by 60%, and after 2 years decrease by 40%. - Get x-rays if there is red flags only: older patient, patient with history of cancer, infection is suspected, trauma, osteoporotic fracture due to steroid use. - Ankylosing spondylitis: it starts at the SI joint, get HLA-B27, you find marginal syndesmophytes with diffuse ossification of the disc space without large osteophyte formation. This is different from the DISH (diffuse idiopathic skeletal ossification) in diabetic patients where you get HbA1c and the syndesmophytes are nonmarginal & they have larger osteophytes. - Disc herniation: disc is an elastic soft cushion between the vertebrae of the spine. • Conditions with confusing names: - Spondylolysis: this is an anatomical defect or break of the pars interarticularis that occurs usually in the 5th lumbar vertebra in about 5% of the population & hyperextension makes it worse, on oblique x-ray: you see “scotty dog sign” - Spondylolisthesis: this is a slippage of the vertebral body over the other, occurs usually at L5-S1 in the pediatric population, L4- L5 in female adults, if there is a large slip it will continue to slip, & if you have a dysplastic slip it will continue to progress. - Spondylitis: it is an inflammation of the vertebrae, like ankylosing spondylitis or TB. - Spondylosis: is vertebral arthritis, it narrows the neural foramen, pinch the nerve roots and causes radiculopathy, in the cervical spine, compression of the spinal cord from arthritis can lead to myelopathy which means gait disturbance broad base shuffling gait, upper extremity clumsiness and weakness, upper neuron signs may be present such as Huffman’s sign and Babinski reflex. - Coexisting cervical myelopathy can occur in lumbar stenosis. - Lumbar spinal stenosis: there are 2 types of lumbar spinal stenosis: 1- Central stenosis: will give neurological claudication 2- Lateral recess stenosis: will give the radicular symptoms. It occurs because of a hypertrophy of the facet and the ligamentum flavum and spine arthritis, it will cause compression of the nerve root, this is the one where the back pain is better, because it open the foramen. History is the key for making a diagnosis of lumbar stenosis. If it occur in the intervertebral foramen then it is called the neuroforaminal stenosis. Look for other reasons such as metastatic tumor or vascular conditions, always examine the pulses. - Neurogenic and vascular claudication may coexist, walking is bad for both conditions, sitting relive the symptoms in both conditions, stopping and standing still is good for the vascular claudication, but still cause symptoms for lumbar stenosis, the bicycle relieve the lumbar stenosis but aggravate the vascular. - In the vascular the pain starts within the calf and leg, in neurogenic it starts proximally then spreads distally. Postural changes of the spine will make the neurogenic claudication worse, but doesn’t affect the vascular claudication. Vascular claudication will be affected by muscle movement or function such as walking or riding a bicycle. In neurogenic claudication leaning over while riding the bicycle will relieve the symptoms in the same way as the shopping cart sign. Treatment for the lumbar stenosis: for the central canal stenosis: decompression by laminectomy, lateral recess stenosis: medial facectectomy, add fusion for instability or if more than 50% of the facets are removed. The risk of pseudoarthrosis is 500% with smoking.
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Intercostal Nerve Blocks performed by Las Vegas top pain management doctors. The intercostal nerve is found between ribs throughout the thoracic region. Injecting anesthetics, steroids or other medications, inhibits the transmission of pain signals and reduces inflammation of these nerves. This procedure may also be used to diagnose pain and identify the route of the pain signal. Conditions treated with the intercostal nerve block include: - Neuropathic pain in the chest associated with herpes zoster or shingles. - Postoperative pain of chest or upper abdominal surgery - Chronic pain after mastectomy - Rib fracture pain - Pain related to the formation of scar tissue after surgery Somatic pain secondary to metastatic cancer to the ribs The intercostal nerve communicates pain messages from the muscles, bones and skin to the brain, and a block can be effective in relieving pain without the side effects of opioid pain medications. The nerve is easy for the physician to access and the procedure low risk. A single block may result in permanent pain relief. For more information, check out: http://nevadapain.com/treatments/interventional-procedures/intercostal-nerve-block/ Call 702-832-1804 to schedule an appointment today! 7220 South Cimarron Rd Suite 270 Las Vegas, NV 89113
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Spine tumor removal of Lumbar (L5) Schwannoma
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The CyberKnife treats spinal tumors aggressively with high-dose radiation that doesn't require a rigid metal frame attached to the patient's skeleton like other radiosurgical systems. This is made possible by an advanced imaging system that tracks the tumor location during treatment procedures. Most spinal tumors are metastases -- tumors that have spread from cancer in another part of the patient's body, usually breast, prostate or lung cancer. CyberKnife Center of Chicago treats several different types of malignant and benign tumors in the brain, spine, lung, liver, pancreas, prostate, kidney and eye. Contact CyberKnife Center of Chicago at (331) 221-2050 or visit www.chicagock.com for more information.
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C-Section https://youtu.be/PBeiwEx2t74 Brain Surgery https://youtu.be/OM0Nn8ICpug Endoscope For Ear https://youtu.be/y8vFik8-P84 Oroscope https://youtu.be/u1KYdOoq0g8 Appendectomy https://youtu.be/hkEzdRqrB3k
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Actual video of surgical removal of hemorrhagic kidney cancer metastasized to the brain. The tumor was hemorrhagic which is common for renal cell carcinoma (kidney cancer), and the patient presented with weakness of one side. Courtesy of Dr. Farhad Limonadi MD who is director of neurosurgery at Eisenhower Medical Center. Edited by Camus Yu . Surgical Assistance provided by Mick Griswold CRMNFA.
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Dr. Amr Badawy explains Radio Frequency Ablation treatment for chronic hip pain is performed at Orlando Pain & Spine Center.
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A RARE AWAKE HEART OPERATION ON A PATIENT WITH BOMBAY BLOOD GROUP-FIRST TIME IN INDIA A patient by name Rukmini hailing from Sakaleshpur, aged 36 years, came to Indiana Hospital, Mangalore. Patient was investigated in the hospital. She was diagnosed to have a congenital heart disease, Atrial Septal Defect, commonly known as hole in the heart, which was present in her from the time of birth. Pure and impure blood used to get mixed in her heart. If left alone eventually it can lead to death. She was suffering from difficulty in breathing from long time. She had severe lung disease which is high risk factor and life threatening to put her on general anaesthesia and ventilator during heart surgery. Patient was taken for series of investigations. The cardiology team headed by Dr. Yusuf Kumble, chief interventional cardiologist and managing director, Indiana hospital, in association with Dr. Manjunath, consultant cardiologist, conducted cath-angiogram study to assess and decide about the plan of surgery. Dr. Nisarga, chief consultant cardiac surgeon at Indiana hospital, decided to do "awake cardiac surgery" on her in view of bad lung condition. Patient's blood investigations revealed that she had a very very rare blood group which is called Bombay Blood Group. Patient can not be transfused with any of the common blood groups like 'A', 'B', 'AB' and 'O', which can be fatal. There are only 179 cases reported in the world to have this rare blood group. It derives its name by the city in which it was found out. But it is seen all over the world like Japan, China and Europe. After an extensive search across the country, one donor was identified in Mangalore itself with this rare blood group. He voluntarily donated the blood. A day before surgery, an epidural catheter was introduced to her spinal canal, behind the neck to give a special form of "low cervical epidural anaesthesia". This will numb only the chest part of the body. Heart surgery was conducted by Dr. Nisarga and his team on 11.10.2013, which lasted for about 5 hours. Patient was widely awake and conscious during the heart surgery. Her heart was cut open to correct the problem and her breathing was stopped for about four hours, still she was awake, having no pain. Although blood was arranged, surgery was conducted successfully without any blood transfusion. Without a standby blood, her heart surgery would have been impossible. The surgery was done free of cost under state govt. Vajapeyi Arogya Health Scheme. Now she is comfortable and can resume her normal activities after discharge. Dr Nisarga who conducted this rare operation feels that a hard work in getting the blood donor saved a life and it was challenging to perform the surgery when she was awake. In Dr. Nisarga's cardiac surgery team cardiac anaesthetists Dr. Ronald, Dr. Nagesh, assistants Maaz and Irshad were there. "Another mile stone is reached at Indiana hospital and heart institute in treating the patients with heart diseases", opined Dr. Yusuf Kumble, managing director and chief cardiologist, Indiana Hospital. This historical event of rare heart operation is done first time ever in South Canara District. This type of awake cardiac surgery with Bombay blood group is first of its kind in India. Mangalore city witnessed a very rare event in the history of medicine.
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D1-D2 large intradural extramedullary tumor with cord compression , patients is unable to stand and walk, MRI- showing large tumor pressing cord badly and shifting posteriorly making it thin band like, operated by dr. pankaj trivedi, tumor was turned out as a menengioma, on 10 th post op day patient is walking with walker. MOBILTY IS LIFE.
Views: 476 DR.Pankaj Trivedi
In this video we discuss brains an brain surgery! We see a really amazing doctor remove a subdural hematoma from a brain. This video is an absolute must-see and if people valued education and medical videos, it would absolutely be a massive viral video! Please click like and leave your comments below! Dr Popper Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJN6y8PszWxx-Yh-71hbGng?sub_confirmation=1 About the thumbnail: This image of a living human brain, taken during surgery, won the 2012 Wellcome Trust Award for biomedical photography. Robert Ludlow, UCL Institute of Neurology, London; Wellcome Trust. “Through the skill of the photographer, we have the privilege of seeing something which is normally hidden away inside our skulls,” Roberts said in a statement. “The arteries are bright scarlet with oxygenated blood, the veins deep purple, and the ‘grey matter’ of the brain a flushed, delicate pink. It is quite extraordinary.” - See more at: http://spinewave.co.nz/tag/brain-surgery/#sthash.FLbzA5OR.dpuf Monkey Zits: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvPhK3E20cDOHqnTQ7Yilyw?sub_confirmation=1 Black heads: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bw7zyWkixOI&list=TLgSazhB_Is3HvM2O95rBhKUPjgsmfcIZd http://youtube.com/c/DrPopper Please do us a favor. Bookmark our Amazon page and use the bookmark next time you buy from Amazon. It won't cost you anything more, but it will help us a lot. :) http://www.amazon.com/?tag=wrestling911c-20 Get a comedone extractor here: http://www.amazon.com/Tweezerman-No-Slip-Skin-Care-Tool/dp/B000WHYATS/ref=as_sl_pc_ss_til?tag=wrestling911c-20 Zits popped Under a Microscope: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz8palJgRvV4WKHVCtJjVuQ We are not doctors. Don't use us for medical advice. Seek a REAL doctor. We are as much a doctor as those folks at General Hospital. Try some Biore Strips: https://www.amazon.com/Biore-Deep-Cleansing-Strips-Count/dp/B006RFZ66K/ref=as_sl_pc_ss_til?tag=wrestling911c-20 We may sample other videos in our production. Remember that copyright law allows you to use between 30 seconds and 2 minutes of other videos, depending on the purpose. It is how shows like the nightly news, Tosh.0 and the Soup stay in business. Don't complain about it. We may also use longer clips if we have rights to the videos. Also note that we sometimes move videos from one of our other channels to this one. We really hate it when people complain that we "stole a video" that we posted on a previous channel. What are cysts? Cysts are noncancerous, closed pockets of tissue that can be filled with fluid, pus, or other material. Cysts are common on the skin and can appear anywhere. They feel like large peas under the surface of the skin. Cysts can develop as a result of infection, clogging of sebaceous glands (oil glands), or around foreign bodies, such as earrings. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/freakymedical Support us using this Amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/?tag=wrestling911c-20 Comedone Extractor: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004UO67OU/?tag=%20wrestling911c-20
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Removal of spinal cord tumor meningioma Spine Tumor Surgery
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Medical Center "Nairi" www.spinesurgery.am +37496601560 The method of percutaneous vertebroplasty (bone cement filling of the affected vertebral body) was first applied in 1984, at the university clinic in Amiens (France). This is the advanced method, which allows to restore the function of the damaged vertebral body, prevent vertebral fracture and disability of patients. The use of percutaneous vertebroplasty for vertebral body fracture allows the patient recover quickly: the periods of hospitalization and postoperative recovery are reduced for several times. For example, the hospitalization of the patients with vertebral body fractures after vertebroplasty is 1 day and a week later they can return to their lifestyle. This operation lasts 30 minutes. It is done without incision with the help of a single needle. We use bone cements of various viscousity. In case of tumors, before vertebroplasty, it is possible to conduct radiofrequency ablation of the tumor, which contributes to its more complete destruction. The use of percutaneous vertebroplasty in vertebral body tumors (hemangioma, metastasis) helps prevent its possible fracture, and also relieves the patient from the need for radiation therapy. Percutaneous vertebroplasty can be performed under local or epidural anesthesia, which allows the patient to stand up and leave the hospital after a few hours.
Views: 191 Arman Hakobyan
Courtesy Dr S.N.Madhariya (M.S. M.C.H) Neuro Surgeon specialist RAMKRISHNA CARE HOSPITAL RAIPUR [ N.A.B.H Accredited] Surgery done with advanced high level perfomance micro scope (ZEISS Pentero 900)
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This video demonstrates the minimally invasive approach to intradural tumors using the transmuscular dilating tubes with an oblique angle to the spine and a hemilaminotomy using the high speed drill. This allows preservation of the spinous processes, inter- and supraspinous ligaments and hemilamina on the contralateral side, while not compromising the microsurgical technique required for tumor dissection, mobilization and resection. Thus, we feel that this technique offers distinct advantages to the patient through a reduction in tissue trauma with no disadvantageous implications for tumor removal. This information has been taken from Safety and Efficacy of Intradural Extramedullary Spinal Tumor Removal Using a Minimally Invasive Approach, a manuscript that can be read here: http://journals.lww.com/neurosurgery/Abstract/2011/03001/Safety_and_Efficacy_of_Intradural_Extramedullary.28.aspx . It was submitted by corresponding author Richard Mannion, MBBS, PhD, FRCS, from the Department of Neurosurgery at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Queensland, Australia.
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Manipal Hospital, Bangalore is the first centre in south India to provide this state of the art technology, and has the credit of largest number of HIPEC surgeries performed in India. To know more visit our website : https://www.manipalhospitals.com/ Get Connected Here: ================== Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ManipalHospitalsIndia Google+: https://plus.google.com/111550660990613118698 Twitter: https://twitter.com/ManipalHealth Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/manipalhospital Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/manipal-hospital Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/manipalhospitals/ Foursquare: https://foursquare.com/manipalhealth Alexa: http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/manipalhospitals.com Blog: https://www.manipalhospitals.com/blog/
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This neurosurgery operation video shows up removal of the brain tumor episode 2 of 4. Warning: Adults only and all rights belongs to Neurosurgery Channel. It will be prosecuted in case of theft. You're free to use this song and monetize your video, but you must include the following in your video description: Fluidscape by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100393 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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Detection of metastasis to the pelvic lymph nodes in cervical and endometrial cancer. Systematic pelvic lymphadenectomy. Raúl Puente, Emil Schneider, Daniel Carpio Institute of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Intitute of Histology and Pathology, Austral University - Valdivia, Chile.
http://chiropractor-manassas.com This video describes the third and final stage of spinal arthritis--prior to fusion-- in depth, using visual aids, as well as xrays and verbal description of symptoms, signs, and what to look for when diagnosing stage 3 patients.
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The Focused Ultrasound Surgery Foundation has awarded a research award to Professor Wladyslaw M. Gedroyc of St. Mary's Hospital in London for two-year randomized clinical trial comparing MR-guided focused ultrasound with radiofrequency ablation in the treatment of back pain caused by facet joint disease. The clinical trial marks the next step in Gedroyc's pioneering efforts to develop a noninvasive treatment for facet joint disease that provides more complete and longer lasting pain relief than current therapies. He and his team at St. Mary's Hospital have already conducted a non-randomized pilot clinical trial in which MR-guided focused ultrasound was used to treat 17 patients suffering from extreme back pain caused by facet joint osteoarthritis. Post-treatment assessments show the technology is safe and effective.
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Brain Surgery on 32 years old Man who was hit by a truck while going home on his bike from work ...The clipping shows how the Neurosurgeon reaches the brain by cutting a window in the Skull using a machine called Craniotome..aand then removes the clot very carefully without any damage to the brain..There was also found a big fracture of the skull and the big blood Clot outside the covering membrane of the brain called DURAMATER was pressing upon the Brain very severely and the Patient was therefore comatose.. Operated on 6 may 2011 at Apollo Ludhiana by me in Neuro OT of Apollo Hospitals Ludhiana....Patient Improved within 6 hours of Surgery.. It was Heartening to know that the patient's wife was giving birth to their first child (daughter) on 5 may 2011. while the patient was lying Comatose at the Intensive care Unit at Apollo Ludhiana..MAY GOD BLESS ALL THE THREE OF THEM..The family really needed the blessings very badly.
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Please follow me on my page: https://www.facebook.com/AnesthesiaAndICU ✔️A 79-year-old woman presented 3 days after falling to the floor. ✔️She underwent a right-parietal craniotomy for evacuation of a large, right hemispheric acute SDH, with insertion of a subdural drain for ICP monitoring. ✔️Phenytoin was administered preoperative to decrease the risk of developing early posttraumatic seizures. ✔️The patient extubated immediately after the surgery and transfered to the ICU. 🛑Notice here in this video THE RETURN of brain pulsation after evacuation of the hematoma. Neurosurgeon: Dr Elias Aldumour Anesthesiologist: #Dr_Ebrahem_Habibeh
Views: 450 Dr. Ebrahem Habibeh
Thanks to the experience gained through video-assisted thoracoscopic techniques ,enhancement of the surgical instruments and improvement of high definition cameras, most of the pulmonary resections can be performed by minimal invasive surgery. The future of the thoracic surgery should be associated with an evolution and improvement of combined surgical and anesthetic procedures to reduce the trauma to the patient. Traditionally intubated general anesthesia with one-lung ventilation was considered necessary for thoracoscopic major pulmonary resections . However, thanks to the advances in minimally invasive techniques, the non-intubated thoracoscopic procedures has been adapted evn to major resections. An adequate analgesia obtained from regional anesthesia tecniques allow VATS to be performed in sedated patients and the potential general anesthesia and selective ventilation related adverse effects can be avoided. The non-intubated procedures try to minimize the adverse effects of tracheal intubation and general anesthesia like intubation-related airway trauma, ventilation-induced lung injury, residual neuromuscular blockade, and postoperative nausea and vomiting. Anesthesiologists should be acquainted with the procedure to be performed and they may also benefit from the efficient contraction of the dependent hemidiaphragm and preserved hypoxic pulmonary vasoconstriction during surgically-induced pneumothorax in spontaneous ventilation patient. However surgical team will be aware of the potential problems, and have good judgment to convert regional anesthesia in general anesthesia in enforced circumstance. Uniportal lobectomies represent excellent ultra-minimally invasive strategies of treatment to be reliably offered in the near future to an increasing number of patients and non-intubated anesthesia techniques are an excellent combination in a fast track VATS program thoracic surgeons and anesthesiologists providing an alternative surgical option in their caring patients but an educating and training program in VATS with non-intubated patients may be needed, on the other hand, the adoption of VATS for major procedures such as anatomic lung resections and is still very novel technique and may need additional training. Surgical techniques and the various regional anesthesia techniques as well as indications, contraindications, criteria to conversion of sedation to general anesthesia in non-intubated patients are reviewed and discussed Dr Diego Gonzalez Rivas, MD, FECTS www.videothoracoscopy.com
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Dallas Pain Management Specialist Dr. Asad Khan with the Ascendant Pain & Spine Institute talks about the use of epidural injections. Alison woke up one morning in so much pain she could hardly move. Watch her talk about how she was able to be pain free before her vacation a week later.
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Bloqueo radicular selectivo para dolores de Miembros superiores por hernia cervical , estenosis de canal, neurálgias herpéticas , diabéticas, distrofias ,cancer, paso previo diagnóstico para lesiones definitivas de radio frecuencia o SCS
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Demystifying Medicine 2014 - Itching (pruritus): Mechanisms, Diseases, and Treatment Air date: Tuesday, January 14, 2014, 4:00:00 PM Runtime: 01:41:10 Description: The 2014 Demystifying Medicine Series, which is jointly sponsored by FAES and NIH, will begin January 7th and includes the presentation of patients, pathology, diagnosis and therapy in the context of major disease problems and current research. Primarily directed toward Ph.D. students, clinicians and program managers, the course is designed to help bridge the gap between advances in biology and their application to major human diseases. Each session includes clinical and basic science components presented by NIH staff and invitees. All students, fellows and staff are welcome, as well. For more information go to http://demystifyingmedicine.od.nih.gov Author: Mark Hoon, PhD (NIDCR) Irwin Arias, MD (NICHD/CC) Permanent link: http://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?18231
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60yrs old male patient suffering from pain due to Cancer of posterior part of tongue on right side. We did pulsed radio frequency ablation of right sided glossopharyngeal nerve for pain relief by Minimally invasive pain procedure called pulsed radio frequency ablation. Patient got immediate pain relief ( visual analogue score10/10).
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Interesting case of lumbar disk rupture: duplicated right S1 nerve root with free disk sequester between inner root and dural sac. Surgeon: Panagiotis G. Papanikolaou, MD Neurosurgical Department General Hospital of Nikaia - Piraeus, Greece
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