VERTEBRAL BIOPSY PROCEDURE
Percutaneous biopsy is a safe and an effective technique for the evaluation of spinal lesions. It can be perfomed during a Kyphoplasty or Vertebroplasty procedure with a single transpeduncolar passage using the coaxial technique, with little patient discomfort and improved safety.
Vertebrosteel, Vertebroplasty, Renova Spine 11G and Renova Spine 8G kyphoplasty systems can be used as introducer needle for the transpeduncolar access. Then, through its cannula with a coaxial technique, it is possible to put a biopsy needle and thereafter to 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° rotation in such a way as to internally cut the fragment of tissue without damaging it and without the need to dislocate.
- Remove the Biopsy needle and extract the sharp style
- Insert the extractor needle from the tip of Biopsy needle to allow the retrieval of the sample.
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