Spinal Cord - Spinal Tumors
We can make a general distinction as tumors of the vertebrae (vertebrae) or metastasis and spinal cord tumors. Vertebral tumors develop within the bone and can compress the spinal cord from there. Spinal cord and vertebral tumors can be benign or malignant. General findings are weakness in hands-arms, feet-legs, paralysis, pain, burning sensation, numbness, neck, back and low back pain depending on the region. The treatment method is generally microsurgery. Radiotherapy needs to be well planned because of the potential to damage the spinal cord. A SPECIAL PHYSICIAN MUST BE CONSULTED for the diagnosis and correct treatment of the disease.
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