Endoscopic Discectomy for Lumbar and Cervical Disc Herniation
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The intervertebral disc helps with the movement of the spine by acting similar to the shock absorbers in a car. The outer ring of the disc is made up of thick tendons and houses an interior of flexible, gel-like tissue that absorbs the impact. When weight is placed on it, the disk expands, and when the weight is removed, it returns to its original shape.
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