• BRILLIANT ILLUMINATION AND CRYSTAL CLEAR RESOLUTION

• TRUE COLOUR REFLECTION AND REGULAR FOCUS ON THE WHOLE IMAGE

• OPTIMAL DEPTH OF FIELD

• STORZ- OLYMPUS- TEKNO / WOLF / ACMI ADAPTERS INCLUDED

• AUTOCLAVABLE; INCL.1 SEALING CAB AND 2 CLEANING BRUSHES

• MADE IN GERMANY

• CE, FDA
• BRILLIANT ILLUMINATION AND CRYSTAL CLEAR RESOLUTION

• TRUE COLOUR REFLECTION AND REGULAR FOCUS ON THE WHOLE IMAGE

• OPTIMAL DEPTH OF FIELD

• STORZ- OLYMPUS- TEKNO / WOLF / ACMI ADAPTERS INCLUDED

• AUTOCLAVABLE; INCL.1 SEALING CAB AND 2 CLEANING BRUSHES

• MADE IN GERMANY

• CE, FDA
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Literature: Translaminar Full Endoscopic Technique with Tom Shidi Needles

Recently the following article was published:

Translaminar Full Endoscopic Technique with Tom Shidi Needles for Highly- and Dorsally-Migrated Lumbar Disc Herniations.

Thirty years have passed since Kambin’s first clinical series of lumbar disc herniations (LDH) treated by arthroscopic microdiscectomy. Despite several advances in this interim, sequestrated LDHs over the dorsal aspect of the dura, and high-grade up- or downward disc migration have been a relative limitation of the transforaminal endoscopic technique. The interlaminar window was the next step to deal with such highly migrated LDHs. Favorable outcomes were obtained in 70-90% of the patients in the long-term, but recurrence rates remained high (approximately 12%), and the approach could be limited by the size of the interlaminar window. Few relevant studies have addressed the role of translaminar full endoscopic technique for migrated LDHs. To describe an innovative modification of the translaminar full endoscopic approach with Tom Shidi needles.

You can find the full article here.

In: World Neurosurg. (2024) 181:6-12. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wneu.2023.10.001