Clinical Study of Patients Undergoing Anterior Cervical Surgery for Spinal Surgery under Surgical Microscope

  • Zhiwei Liu
Keywords: Surgical Microscope, Anterior Cervical Spine Surgery, Clinical Study, Nerve Injury


Among many cervical spine diseases, cervical spondylotic myelopathy is a relatively common one. This disease
often leads to numbness of hands and feet and abnormal gait, which has a great impact on the quality of life of
patients. Therefore, it is very necessary to actively carry out clinical research on surgical microscope for patients
undergoing anterior cervical spine surgery. The purpose of this article is to discuss the medical effects and
clinical manifestations of surgical microscope assisted patients with anterior cervical spine. 20 patients with
cervical spondylotic myelopathy who were admitted to the top three hospitals in a city at the same time were
used as experimental subjects, and the patients were divided into controls by random allocation. Group (10
people) and experimental group (10 people). The experimental group used traditional anterior cervical
discectomy and decompression fusion, and the control group used surgical microscope-assisted resection and
decompression fusion. The results of the study show that the treatment effect and clinical performance with the
aid of the operating microscope are significantly better, and compared with the control group, the treatment with
the aid of the operating microscope can effectively reduce nerve damage during surgery. Experiments have
shown that the intraoperative nerve damage in the experimental group is reduced by 15% compared with the
control group, the decompression effect is increased by about 12.5%, and the intraoperative blood loss is also
greatly reduced.