Spinal Cord Tumors Endoscopic Surgery

  • The primary goal of surgery for a spinal cord tumor is to remove or reduce the size of the tumor and alleviate pain and pressure on the spinal cord.
  • Sometimes, the surgeon has to remove a part of a spinal bone, or vertebra, in spinal cord surgery.
  • If so, a bone graft is used to stabilize the vertebrae.
  • A graft consists of bone taken from another part of the patient’s body or from a donor.

  • Screws or metal plates may also be used to stabilize the spine permanently.
  • Screws or a rod may be inserted into the back to help prevent a curvature of the spine called scoliosis.


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