Ghost Medical - Interbody Fusion Procedure Animation
Ghost Medical Animation + VR Surgery
May 27, 2006
Medically accurate video by Ghost Productions showcases discectomy procedure as a solution to alleviate pain caused by sciatica. Suitable for educational use.
Production Date: 2006
Note: This video is provided for educational purposes and can be distributed freely on .edu and .org websites alongside an active link to www.ghostproductions.com
Summary: Healthy range of spinal motion is displayed. Disc height is lost over time due to age or injury. Increased contact with endplates causes bone spurs to form. Decreased disc height results in less space for the nerve roots. Combined with increased lateral motion, this condition causes nerve root irritation. Pain is manifested in back and legs as sciatica. Discectomy is performed. Disc material and other debris is removed. Endplates are prepared and distractor is inserted. Endplates are debrided and two spaced implants are sequentially installed.
This medically accurate video, produced in 2006 by Ghost Productions, focuses on the area of spinal medicine. It demonstrates the effects of age and injury on spinal motion and disc height, leading to the formation of bone spurs and nerve root irritation. The client's product, a discectomy procedure, is showcased as a solution to alleviate pain in the back and legs caused by sciatica. The video provides a step-by-step demonstration of the procedure, including the removal of disc material and debris, the insertion of a distractor, and the installation of two spaced implants. This educational video is suitable for distribution on .edu and .org websites, with an active link to www.ghostproductions.com.
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