Spine, Various Lesions, Decompression Laminectomy, single level (1 or 2 roots)
For spinal fractures injuries, National University Spine Center has the capabilities to provide safe and urgent spinal fixation and decompression surgery. The surgery can be performed with the standards open or new minimal invasive (MIS) spine surgery techniques.
To further enhance spine surgery safety for our patients, we can provide Intraoperative 3D spinal scanning, implant navigation and Ionm (Intraoperative Neuro Monitoring) services. These increase patient safety when undergoing spinal surgery in NUH.
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Knee, Ligaments/Meniscus/Cartilage/Bone combined, Arthroscopic ACL or PCL reconstruction
Ligaments are strong bands of tissue that attach one bone to another one. During a ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) or PCL (posterior cruciate ligament) reconstruction, the torn ligament is removed and replaced with a band of tissue that usually connects muscle to bone (tendon).
Knee, Meniscus/Cartilage, Arthroscopic meniscal repair
A surgical technique where a small diameter video camera is inserted through tiny incisions on the sides of the knee to examine and repair internal knee joint problems. Tiny instruments can be used during arthroscopy to repair the torn meniscus.
Knee, Various Lesions, Primary Total Joint Replacement (Unilateral) with augmentation, requiring extra implants or bone grafts, open/MIS/navigated
This surgery involves the resurfacing of the damaged articular lining of the knee mainly the distal femur and proximal tibia with metal prosthesis and inserting a tibial articular liner/ insert made of high density polyethylene. The patellar articular surface may also be replaced but to a lesser extent depending on the findings of the surgeon during the surgery, with a patellar button which is also made from the similar material as the tibial insert.
Knee, Various Lesions, Primary Total Joint Replacement (Unilateral), open/MIS/navigated
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