Vertebroplasty is another method classified as minimally invasive surgery performed without incision.
When a special needle from the back passes through the vertebrae sprout, the needle is inserted into the spinal cord under X-ray control at the part where the vertebral body is connected with the arch, and a special polymer is then injected through that needle. Once the material stiffens, it immediately stabilizes the spine.
In cases of osteoporosis, the vertebrae of the spine may break, causing great pain.
After performing the operation the heavy pain goes away, so the effect is usually very positive.
The other group of patients include people with various oncological diseases of the spinal cord, for example, hemangioma, certain forms of solitary myeloma and other blood diseases.
It is also possible to perform the operation for several purposes. One is to reduce or eliminate pain, the other is to stabilize the vertebrae to prevent further fracture, deformation and the risk of damage to the nerve fiber on the spinal cord.