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THERAPEUTIC AND INCIDENCE OF POPLITEAL MOANS IN DETERIORATING VERTEBRAL SURGICAL PROCESS

Dr. Muiz Ilahi, Dr. MahRukh Khawar, Dr. Muhammad Imran

Aim: The aim of this assessment and evaluation and investigation was to investigate the incidence, consequences and therapeutic of continual popliteal moans during lumbar vertebrae surgical process in vertebral deteriorating syndromes.

Assessment and evaluation and investigation design: It’s an experiential expressive assessment and evaluation.

Material and method: During this period, a total of 305 operated victims were included in the assessment and evaluation and investigation. These victims underwent imaging and preoperative preparation. The assessment and evaluation and investigation was conducted in the Neurosurgical process Unit II of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital Lahore for one-year duration from December 2018 to November 2019.

Results: Popliteal moans were present in 29 sufferer, popliteal moans were identified preoperatively in 27 victims, 21 were repaired and 6 victims were treated conventionally. A total of 305 victims were included in the assessment and evaluation and investigation. Conformist therapeutic was unsuccessful in these 6 victims and re-exploration and repair was performed, 2 sufferer after Popliteal moans were identified due to cerebro-vertebral fluid leakage in 1 case, and the second case in the assessment and evaluation and investigation was pseudo menin-gocele. The male female ratio was 1:1.68% out of 305 victims’ primary surgical process was performed in 238 victims while revisional surgical process was perform in 67 sufferer.

Conclusion: Dura moans are more common in revision surgical process and all dura moans must be repaired.

Key words: Popliteal tear repair, Popliteal tear, Deteriorating vertebral surgical process.

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