Journal of Spine

ISSN: 2165-7939

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Contemporary Techniques for the Treatment of Spinal Tumours


Harris Clark*

Due to their impact on the quality of life of thousands of patients and their burden on healthcare systems around the world, spine tumors are a significant social and medical issue. Tumors of the spine, which can be caused by a variety of conditions, necessitate prompt multidisciplinary treatment plans. The most common approaches include surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy, either alone or in a variety of combinations. Multidrug resistance, tumor recurrence, systemic adverse effects, invasiveness and the formation of large bone defects are just a few of the disadvantages of these conventional strategies, which limit their application and effectiveness. As a result, a lot of recent research has focused on finding better treatments that use cutting-edge technology to get around the problems with traditional treatments. In this context, the purpose of this paper is to describe the various types of spine tumors as well as the most common current treatment options. It will also go over the most recent advancements in anticancer nano formulations, personalized implants and improved surgical techniques.


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