Lumbar-neck and back hernias are characterized by the fact that the cartilage structure,
which acts as a pillow between the vertebrae and helps carry the load, becomes
easily tear after wear and tears that occur during forcing cause
pain. Surgical intervention is required in 15%.
They can be seen in all age groups. They can be benign or malignant. Benign
ones can be observed if they are small in size. Surgical intervention is
the only treatment for those who reach a certain size and put pressure on the
brain tissue and malignant patients.
The fact that the cerebrospinal water, which is produced
in the brain regularly every day and responsible for carrying the wastes of the
brain, cannot flow with the narrowing / occlusion of the pathways that it
passes with the advancing age, it is trapped in the skull and exerts pressure
on the brain tissue.
It is a congenital disorder, the cerebellum is placed lower than where it should be,
and it puts pressure on the spinal cord within the spinal canal, which is large
enough to allow only the spinal cord to be found. It is mostly recognized
by accident. If the part descending into the canal is 5 mm or more,
surgery is recommended.
Nerve compression is most common in the hand / arm. They rarely cause nerve
compression that may require surgical intervention. Nerve tumors are
It covers conditions such as brain hemorrhages and injuries, skull fractures, spinal
fractures, spinal cord injuries. These are surgical interventions to
remove the pressure on the brain / spinal cord tissue when necessary, depending
on the shape / size / location of the pathology. None of these
interventions have an effect of eliminating the damage that has occurred in the
brain and spinal cord tissue until the patient meets the physician. The
aim is to prevent the continuation of the damage and to allow the body to
repair the existing damage.