Lumbar spinal fusion surgery
   Fusion or liquefying vertebrae means fixation and connection of painful vertebrae. In this kind of surgery, two or more osseous vertebrae may be connected together motionlessly by bone grafts or prostheses.  

   Fusion or liquefying vertebrae is used in the following diseases
  • Destruction of a disc or protrusion of inter-vertebral
  • Disc fracture
  • Infection and destruction of vertebrae
  • Tumor
  • Scoliosis or side curvature of vertebral column
  • Spondylitis or slipping of vertebrae on each other