microdiscectomy


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microdiscectomy

n (pl -mies) microdiscectomía
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Soon afterwards, with multiple microdiscectomy surgeries seemingly having failed, Woods decided to have a spinal fusion operation last April in an attempt to reduce his searing back pain and allow him to play golf again.
Results of bacterial culture from surgically excised intervertebral disc in 52 patients undergoing primary lumbar disc microdiscectomy at a single level.
Soon after the introduction of the above mentioned innovation, according to the first results, it was pointed out that microdiscectomy was just as efficient as standard discectomy, having certain advantages over the latter (6).
Common procedures for low back problems are lumbar microdiscectomy, lumbar microlaminectomy, and lumbar fusion.
4-5] microdiscectomy was performed after partial hemilaminectomy and foraminotomy.
Woods played later in August in Greensboro, North Carolina, but has not competed since undergoing a microdiscectomy last September.
Michael Knapic, an orthopedic surgeon, negligently performed a lumbar microdiscectomy, severing the patient's common iliac artery.
Two respondents reported patients were not routinely seen following microdiscectomy surgery--in one case patients were seen on a referral only basis, and in the other patients did not receive any physiotherapy intervention due to surgeon preferences.
He underwent a microdiscectomy on his lower back in September, and had a follow-up procedure a few weeks later.
This prompted me to undergo a series of tests, including an MRI and, ultimately, a very scary lumbar microdiscectomy surgery to fix a severely herniated disc.
Woods, who last won a major in 2008, also had microdiscectomy surgery in March 2014 and claims over the weekend, from a prominent golf writer on social media, suggested his condition had "worsened".