Spinal Neurosurgery

Operations on the bones, discs, and soft tissues of the spine with the goal of reducing pressure on the spinal cord or spinal nerve roots, or the removal of masses inside the spine, are referred to as spinal neurosurgery. Pressure on the lower spinal nerve roots in the lumbar spine or the upper spinal nerve roots in the cervical spine is the most common reason for considering spinal neurosurgery. This frequently occurs in the foramen, which is the region where the nerves exit the spine and are held. Spinal stenosis is a word used to describe an issue that occurs in the space known as the central canal.Unfortunately, resecting masses from around the spinal cord or within the dura itself is another rationale for spinal neurosurgery. These masses may not be cancerous, but because they can compress the spinal cord, they are frequently treated using spinal neurosurgery.

•    Degenerative Diseases
•    Spinal Deformity and Malformations 
•    Vertebral Tumors
•    Spin injury and Trauma
•    Spinal Infectious Diseases
•    Craniocervical Junction Anomalies
•    Spinal Cord Tumors
•    Intradural Extramedullary Spinal Tumors

Market Analysis : The developments in spine surgery technologies, the rising frequency of spinal illnesses, the introduction of enhanced bone grafting materials, and the growing use of minimally invasive spine procedures are all driving the global spinal surgery market. However, the high cost of spinal surgery and reimbursement uncertainty are projected to limit market expansion throughout the projection period. The market for spinal surgery devices was valued at around USD 9,350 million in 2020, and it is predicted to reach USD 12,245 million in 2026, with a CAGR of nearly 4.50 percent from 2021 to 2026.

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