Cervical Laminectomy

Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion

About / Causes / Treatment

Cervical Laminectomy is a commonly performed procedure where a portion of the vertebra called a lamina is removed to take pressure away from the spinal cord. Bone spurs may also be removed. This is performed most commonly for the conditions of spinal stenosis and myelopathy.

The goals of this surgery are to relieve arm pain and to restore spinal cord function which has led to imbalance, weakness and bladder/bowel loss of function.

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