Scoliosis Surgery

Scoliosis is a medical condition in which a person's spine has a sideways curve while it should be straight when viewed from behind. While it has many types, idiopathic scoliosis (with unknown origin)

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Current innovations in breast cancer treatment

One of the concerns we frequently encounter in women diagnosed with breast cancer is the loss of a feminine image. However, in today's medicine,

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Pain Pacemaker

The pain pacemaker is a system that prevents the patient from feeling pain by stimulating a very thin electrode placed behind the spinal cord.

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Sacrum Bone Pain

The tailbone or sacrum bone (Coccyx) is composed of 3-5 small bones jointed to the lower end of the sacrum bone at the bottom of the spine.

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Neck (Cervical Disc) Hernia

Neck (cervical disc) hernia is the condition where the disc material (cushions) located between the cervical vertebrae ruptures...

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Spine Tumors

Although spinal tumors usually begin elsewhere, reaching to the spine through blood or lymph, or direct spread, tumors develop from the spine bones itself can also rarely be seen.

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