ANT Cervical Discectomy

ANT Cervical Discectomy

 

 

 

Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion ACDF is a procedure used to treat neck problems such as cervical radiculopathy, disc herniations, fractures, and spinal instability. In this procedure, the surgeon enters the neck from the front the anterior region and removes a spinal disc discectomy. The vertebrae above and below the disc are then held in place with bone graft and sometimes metal hardware. The goal is to help the bones to grow together into one solid bone. This is known as fusion. The medical term for fusion is arthrodesis.

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