A new procedure used to treat compression fractures that utilizes orthopedic cement, which is injected into the space between the vertebrae. The cement hardens and returns the vertebral space to its original height.
Procedure used to treat spinal compression fractures whereby cement is injected into the affected vertebrae to stabilize it.
A minimally invasive procedure to stabilise compressed vertebrae and alleviate pain. A needle is inserted into the compressed portion of a vertebra and surgical cement is injected in it
Procedure to repair fractures related to osteoporosis, where glue-like cement material is injected into a collapsed vertebra.
Vertebroplasty is an image-guided, minimally invasive , nonsurgical therapy used to strengthen a broken vertebra (spinal bone) that has been weakened by osteoporosis or, less commonly, cancer.
Vertebroplasty is a medical procedure where bone cement is percutaneously injected into a fractured vertebra in order to stabilize it. The procedure it typically used for a spine fracture caused by osteoporosis, a disease that causes weakening of the bones and can lead to fractures in the vertebral bodies (those bones that make up the spinal column). An osteoporotic fracture can cause extreme back pain along with other symptoms, such as decreased height and spinal deformity or a hunchback appearance.