Kai Wu*, Qiang Lu, Dapeng Lin
The Orthopedic Spine Surgery Unit, The First Affiliated Hospital of Jinzhou Medical University, Jinzhou 121000, Liaoning Province, China
Objective: This study aimed to explore the biomechanical mechanism of cervical spondylosis treatment using microscopic techniques.
Method: Using clinical experiments performed in China and other countries as a basis, this study systematically analysed the clinical efficacy and safety of cervical spondylosis microsurgery and provided evidence-based support for clinical decision-making. The feasibility of this technique was explored, and its efficacy was compared with traditional treatment methods.
Results: According to analysis of the experimental results, patient satisfaction with the use of microsurgery was 94.25±5.955, compared with 90.25±8.138 for conventional surgery.
Conclusion: This study showed that microsurgical treatment of cervical spondylosis can reduce bleeding and lower the risk of complications during surgery, produce improved clinical outcomes, and aid postoperative recovery.
Microscope research, cervical spondylosis, biomechanical mechanism, comparative analysis.