Journal of Spine

ISSN: 2165-7939

Open Access

Harris Clark

Department of Neuroscience, Kabul University, Kabul, Afghanistan

  • Review   
    Contemporary Techniques for the Treatment of Spinal Tumours
    Author(s): 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 pape.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2165-7939.2022.11.569

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