Biomaterials in Spinal Surgery

The spine is a combination of bones, joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles. Failure of any of these parts might need the operating surgeon to control or stop deterioration in stability or in neurological function.Over the past few decades, spine disorders became a significant health concern and therefore a variety of spinal surgical procedures has been rising considerably. A number of biotechnologies and biomaterial techniques are applied in spinal surgery for its effective treatment within the spine, once conservative treatment is ineffective the foremost suggested operation is decompression followed by fusion. Success rates of spine fusion extensively depends on  bone grafts peculiar properties. Autograft has been acheived   a solid but still research is focussed on development of new biomaterials. 

 

  • Materials for spinal applications
  • Forces on the spine
  • Spinal fusion
  • Artificial disc
  • Spinal pathologies and clinical problems

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