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Pulsus Journal of Surgical Research

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Surgery for tuberculous spondylodiscitis with neurodeficit

Author(s): Jopesh Kim*

Neurological involvement, spinal instability, kyphosis, and a lack of improvement after receiving conservative treatment are the only ones who will have surgery. Complications with the nervous system can happen to anyone. Debridement, repair of segmental instability, neural decompression, and correction of the kyphotic deformity make up the surgical procedure. A good decompression can be achieved by directly accessing the affected tissue, making theanterior approach the most often utilized surgical technique for the anterior and middle columns of the spine. The posterior method, which enables circumferential decompression and three-column fixation, is more advantageous because anterior surgery is linked with a significant risk of structural damage (such as harm to the lungs, liver, heart, kidneys, intestine, and ureter) and graft failure.

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