In a rare case , 21-year-old Sida-based Patient Pushpa was born with a severe spinal deformity ( Severe congenital Kyphoscoliosis). He received a new lease on life at Fortis Mohali. Severe congenital Kyphoscoliosis refers to a condition in which one or more vertebrae of the spine are not fully formed, leading to an abnormal curvature and a hunchback. The patient’s deformity and hunchback got worse with each passing year.
Dr. Deepak Joshi, Fortis Mohali. The patient presented with a hunched back and uneven hip height last June. Fortis Mohali’s CT scan and MRI revealed the diagnosis of spinal kyphoscoliosis.
The Fortis Mohali spine surgery team performed a successful operation on the patient to remove the medical condition. The advanced Neuro-Monitoring technology was used to track the nerves and NeuroNavation– to prevent further damage. Patient Pushpa’s spine was then operated on and held with screws.
The computer-navigated spinal surgery was performed by the Fortis Hospital Mohali spine team. The highly skilled team of doctors headed by Dr Deepak Chokhi, Additional Director, Spine Surgery at Fortis Mohali performed a 360-degree procedure Kyphosis Correction Surgery that lasted 8 hours.
Dr Joshi shed light on the case and said that Patient Pushpa had undergone a Kyphosis Correction Surgery in which her spine was reconstructed. She was also corrected with rods. She made a full recovery after the operation. Severe congenital kyphoscoliosis is a condition that affects children. It’s often not diagnosed because of lack of awareness. Major surgeries can be avoided if caught early. This medical condition can not only cause a person to be physically deformed, but it can also impact their psychological well-being. If medical attention is delayed, vital organs like the heart and lungs may also be affected. Fortis Mohali is the best option for Severe KYPHOScoliosis. It has transformed many lives .”
After a successful rehabilitation at Fortis Hospital Mohali the patient made a full recovery and was discharged the 10th day after the surgery. After three weeks, the patient was able resume her daily routine and is now living a normal lifestyle.