Spine Tumor Removal in Bangladesh
Since spinal tumours are uncommon and their symptoms are similar to those of more common diseases, they are often ignored. As a result, it’s important that your doctor has a thorough understanding of your medical background and conducts both general physical and neurological tests.
The aim of spinal tumour treatment is to fully remove the tumour, but this can be difficult due to the possibility of permanent damage to the spinal cord and underlying nerves.
Surgery can involve one or more of the following procedures, depending on the type of spinal tumour and its location:
Decompression: The whole tumour or a portion of it is removed.
Embolization is a radiologist-assisted interventional procedure that reduces or stops the tumor’s blood flow.
Both Kyphoplasty and Vertebroplasty are minimally invasive surgical procedures that help to stabilise and alleviate pain in a fractured vertebra.
Radiosurgery (CyberKnife): This is a non-surgical technique that uses precise radiation to treat some types of spine tumours.
Spinal Stabilization: A spinal tumour may make your spine unstable, particularly if you have a decompression procedure (or another type of surgery) that removes bony sections or tissues like an intervertebral disc.