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5. Perinatectomy and anterior cervical diskectomy: If anterior discectomy does not seem to be cauterizing the area of the herniation, it is essential to perform perinatectomy using either the laminectomy or the posterior approach. The posterior approach is preferred in the case of an herniated disc in the cervical spine. In a posterior cervical anterior diskectomy, a surgical team removes the putty-like flap of disc degeneration, in place in the anterior annulus fibrosus of the cervical spine. Fingers and forceps remove the degenerative, jelly-like material from the annuluss.
This is a website where you can watch a video of the tensor fasciae latae I described above. It can be quite helpful to watch the video as a person taps their foot. There are many videos of this on YouTube. This is the link to the first one: d2c66b5586