medilaw.tv Lumbar Spine Posterior Discectomy Microdiscectomy Goals medical evidence art. The goals of a posterior discectomy are to remove the parts of the disc that are pressing on the spinal nerves, while maintaining spinal stability, motion and alignment. This should decrease leg pain, weakness and numbness. Lumbar Spine Posterior Discectomy Microdiscectomy Goals medical evidence art. A posterior lumbar discectomy, also known as a lumbar microdiscectomy, is used to remove part of an intervertebral disc that is compressing the spinal cord or a nerve root. It involves patient position, skin preparation and incision, the surgical approach, the removal of the pathological disc and wound closure. Lumbar Spine Posterior Discectomy Microdiscectomy Goals medical evidence art.

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