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Techniques in Neurosurgery & Neurology

The Result of Surgical Treatment of Secondary Stenosis of the Cervical Spinal Canal Due to Instability after Vertebra-Spinal Trauma (Clinical Case)

Submission: May 10, 2022;Published: May 26 2022

DOI: 10.31031/TNN.2022.05.000605

ISSN 2637-7748
Volume5 Issue1


In this article we analyzed a clinical case, 38-year-old patient D., with diagnose Outcome of spinal injury. Compression fracture of the VC4 body, displacement of the posterior longitudinal ligament in this area, compression of the spinal cord and dural sac, instability of the VC4-5 segments, post-traumatic cicatriclecystic- atrophic-degenerative process spinal cord in the VC4-5 region and compression myelopathy (posthematomyely state), the postoperative outcome was also assessed due to rupture, compression and thinning of the spine tracts in the VC4-5 region”. The patient showed positive changes in the dynamics of clinical and neurological symptoms, an increase in the range of motion in the upper and lower limbs after 3-month post operation- “Corporectomy of the VC4 body and decompression of the spine, stabilization with the MESH-system and a Plate-system”.

Keywords:Instability; Tracts; Decompression; Stabilization; MESH-system

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