VERTEBRAL BIOPSY PROCEDURE
Percutaneous biopsy is a safe and effective technique for the evaluation of spinal lesions. It can be performed during a Kyphoplasty or Vertebroplasty procedure with a single transpedicular passage using the coaxial technique, with little patient discomfort and improved safety.
VERTEBROSTEEL™, VERTEBROPLASTIC™, RENOVA SPINE™ 11G and RENOVA SPINE™ 8G kyphoplasty systems can be used as introducer needles for the transpedicular access. Then, through its cannula with a coaxial technique, it is possible to put a biopsy needle and thereafter perform a VTP/KYP with the cement.
- Insert the biopsy needle in the Kyphoplasty working cannula (or Vertebroplasty needle)
- Progress forward and perform two complete 360° rotations in such a way as to internally cut the fragment of tissue without damaging it and without the need to dislocate it.
- Remove the biopsy needle and extract the sharp style.
- Insert the extractor needle from the tip of the biopsy needle to allow the retrieval of the sample.
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