Cervical disc replacement


  • The patient who has nerve or spinal cord compression at cervical spine
  • Cervical disc herniation 
  • Cervical disc disease with the clinical presentation of cervical radiculopathy or cervical myelopathy
  • Approach from the front of the cervical spine
  • Using microscope for magnification
  • Remove pathology that compress the nerve and spinal cord  
  • Insert cervical disc prosthesis
  • Preserve neck motion
  • Appropriate for young age patient, no significant degeneration of facet joint, no spinal instability 
Hospital stay after surgery for 2 days

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