What is Cervical Spine Fusion revision?

Category: Surgeries


Cervical fusion is done to relieve the pressure on one or more nerve roots, or on the spinal cord. It is the stabilization of two or more vertebrae by locking (fusing) them together. A revision may occur for a variety of reasons, e.g. failure to achieve solid fusion, poor healing, or bone overgrowth

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Commonly reported side effects and conditions associated with Cervical Spine Fusion revision

Side effect Patients
Neck pain 1


Based on patients currently having Cervical Spine Fusion revision

Dosage Patients
one time 1


Currently having Cervical Spine Fusion revision

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10 years or more 1
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Never taken as prescribed 0
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