Potential scoliosis surgery complications include infection, nerve damage, pain, and blood clots.
Spinal fusion treats idiopathic scoliosis by fusing vertebrae to improve spinal alignment.
Surgical options for cervical degenerative disc disease include disc replacement or fusion to alleviate symptoms and restore stability.
Lumbar laminectomy involves removing bone and tissue to relieve spinal stenosis, reducing pressure on nerves.
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Vertebral augmentation involves injecting cement into fractured vertebrae to alleviate pain and restore height.
Vertebroplasty involves injecting a bone cement into the painful fractured vertebra for stabilization.
Vertebroplasty injects cement directly, while kyphoplasty uses a balloon for cavity creation before cement injection.
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