A medical team at Al-Kafeel Hospital saves a patient from hemiplegia

A medical team at Al-Kafeel Super Speciality Hospital of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine rescued a patient in his forties who had suffered from hemiplegia as a result of a slipped cervical vertebra, while the team confirmed that the operation was performed in a timely manner and that the hospital's techniques helped in its success.
The specialist in neurosurgery, Dr. Khaled al-Sarraj said, "Our team recently succeeded in performing an operation on a patient in his forties who suffers from an acute herniated disc in the cervical vertebrae, which led to weakness on the left side of his body and worsened his condition, leading to hemiplegia on the upper and lower left limbs."
Al-Sarraj added, "This operation had to be carried out quickly, and we prepared its requirements in terms of techniques and medical materials, and it took place as we planned for it, and after that, there were no complications for the patient."
And the neurosurgeon confirmed that "his medical team succeeded in opening and fixing the cervical vertebrae and cartilage, and thus the patient fully regained the movement of his limbs after the operation," noting that "the hospital's advanced capabilities in this process and the skill and experience of the medical and nursing team were an important factor in achieving this success."
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