ACDF – anterior cervical diskectomy and fusion – is a common neurosurgical procedure. It can be used to treat a variety of problems related to cervical spine disease: cervical disk herniation, cervical instability, foraminal stenosis, and cervical stenosis. These conditions can…
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Lumbar stenosis is a term for narrowing of the canal where the spinal nerve roots travel in the back. It is often caused by a combination of degenerative conditions that all lead to narrowing of this canal:
- Arthritis and overgrowth of the facet joints