Nowadays, neurosurgery is a medical department that is becoming increasingly important in all countries of the world. Knowledge and technology are the key elements for success in neurosurgery. In addition, inter-departmental cooperation and continuous self-renewal are of great importance in neurosurgery.
The Neurosurgery Unit in its hospital provides its services using state-of-the-art technological equipment, which is updated to parallel international developments and by specialized doctors in their fields and technical staff.
In this context, the computerized tomography unit, radiology unit, intensive care unit and modern operating theaters are kept ready for service 24 hours a day.
The order of the treatments and operations that are performed for diseases in the Unit of Neurosurgery is as follows:
Hernia and neck hernia
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Spinal cord trauma
Cerebral hemorrhage (brain hemorrhage)
Brain and spinal cord tumors
Congenital nervous system malformations
The hernia and neck are one of the most common neurological diseases of our time.
Waist hernia, consists of rupturing cartilage tissue in the spine in the waist area of the body and out of the nerves out. As a result of the compression of the nerves out of the spinal cord appear pains that are difficult to perform some movements.
The appearance of the same condition in the spine of the neck is called the neck. The pain of the waist, severe pain in the man or neck pain and severe pain in the arm are the main symptoms.
In the beginning, the patient is restrained in a precautionary manner with analgesics and clinical rest, and the diagnosis is confirmed by X-ray and MRI imaging. The patient is closely monitored and warned of the possibility of weakness in the strength of the two men or arms. In general and endometrial hernia, the symptoms are mildly relieved in 90% of the patients within the first 15 days. As for the remaining 10%, he is considered a candidate for an operation at any stage of his life.
Some of the symptoms associated with the gap of the waist or neck can continue to appear after treatment, which affects the course of daily life of humans.
The hernia of the waist and neck can cause permanent or temporary paralysis. But a timely intervention can prevent this from happening. The doctor should understand this point well and intervene before a paralysis occurs.
The process occupies an important position in the treatment of hernia and neck. But the hysterectomy is still viewed with fear because of what has traditionally been adversely affected by bad examples in the past.
While at the present time the negative effects of the process are eliminated by modern surgical methods.
In our hospital, the neck hernia is performed in a microscopic manner of the front part of the neck. In this process, the infected grapefruit is extracted from the vertebrae of the spine. The degree of disease and the age of the patient are performed bone fusion between the vertebral vertebrae if necessary. In this way the two vertebrae are secured together. But it is not necessary in all neck hernia operations.
In general, fusion is used in long-term (chronic) neck hernia, in which calcification has developed.
In our hospital, various screws and cages are applied using bone from the patient itself or cosmetic bone materials. This is determined by our specialists, depending on the patient’s condition and the disease.
Risk of paralysis
Still fear of paralysis has a common feature, but really solve there is a risk of paralysis?
What is the risk of paralysis for the patient who will have a hernia?
In the treatment of waist and neck hernia, the doctor should be consulted without delay in order to obtain the required results. If the patient has lived with his pain for a long time for fear of an operation and because of this has been paralyzed in the foot, it can not be cured process.
If the procedure is performed on time, the risk of a hernia is too small to be close to zero. But the possibility of a hernia in other cartilage does not disappear.
There are five vertebral vertebrae in the human waist, and a cartilage in the cartilage can occur between any two vertebrae.
It is the most serious image in the treatment of hernia, and is shown to be directed to erratic surgery based on auditory information.
In our center, these procedures are performed using techniques such as microvascular discoloration, laparoscopic discectomy, microsurgical discectomy, percutaneous discectomy, endoscopic discectomy.
A ready-to-use operation). The technique to be used by the brain surgeon is determined by the characteristics of the patient and the existing hernia hernia.
Endoscopic discectomy is the most common method for performing a hysterectomy. By this process, the surgical trauma of the patient is reduced to a minimum. By doing so, the length of stay in the hospital is reduced and the patient can return to work quickly.
This technique facilitates the operation of the surgeon because it provides a wider vision, and the hernia parts can be extracted easily. Return is much less likely.
Surgical surgeries can be performed even under local anesthesia. And through a device called a high endoscope and display the image of the patient’s body on the screen is necessary to extract the parts of the cartilage pressing the root of the nerve tear.