Dr. Christian Morgenstern published a new case video, showing a cranially migrated herniation at L2/L3 solved with transforaminal endoscopy. The video shows a nice view of dura and the exiting root at the neuroforamen.
63 years old male with previous fusion at L3/L4 that presents with sudden onset of right-sided radicular pain due to adjacent segment degeneration at L2/L3.
Solved with transforaminal endoscopic surgery and a 8 mm skin incision.
The patient was walking pain-free a few hours after surgery and hospital discharge in less than 24 hours.