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Spine Tumor Removal

What is Spinal tumor

Development of unwanted cells in or around the spinal cord is called spinal tumor. These tumours may be of either benign nature i.e. non-cancerous or they may be of malignant nature i.e. cancerous. Spinal tumors can arise in primarily 3 places: inside the cord or in the membranes (meninges) covering the spinal cord or between the meninges and bones of the spine. The blood vessels, bones of the spine, nerve roots or spinal cord cells may also be affected by these tumors, if they extend to them. Biopsy or a MRI or CT scan can help determine the presence of spinal tumours. Based on cancerous or non-cancerous behavior following are different types of Spinal tumours.
  • Benign bone tumors are of following types:
    • Giant Cell Tumor: found usually in the sacrum
    • Hemangioma: found usually in the thoracic spine
    • Osteoid Osteoma: found usually to affect the lumbar spine's posterior spinal column
    • Osteoblastoma: found usually to affect the spine's posterior spinal column
  • Malignant bone tumors are classified as follows:
    • Chordoma: found usually to affect the sacrum and coccyx in the midline
    • Osteosarcoma: found usually to affect the anterior vertebral body and it may also invade the Posterior spinal elements.
  • Malignant cartilage tumor:
    • Chondrosarcoma: the thoracic, lumbar, and sacral spine areas are primarily affected
  • Malignant plasma cell tumors:
    • Plasmacytoma: the white blood cells (plasma cells) cancer and is known to affect the thoracic spine and may also involve the spinal cord of the nerve roots.
    • Lymphomas: body's lymphatic system cancer that may spread to the spine .Usually affect the anterior part (front) of the spinal column
    • Ewing's Sarcoma: Found usually to affect the Sacrum or the nerves.

Spinal Tumour Symptoms

Symptoms may comprise of the following:
  • oss of sensation or abnormal sensations
  • Spine may feel tender and Back pain
  • Leaking urine and fecal matter (inability to control)
  • Muscle contractions or spasms
  • Muscle Weakness

Spinal Tumour Diagnosis

These following tests may confirm the presence of Spinal Tumor:
  • Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) Examination
  • Cerebrospinal fluid Cytology (cell studies)
  • Myelogram
  • Spinal CT Scan, MRI or X-Ray

Spinal Tumour Treatment

Reduction or prevention of nerve damage from pressure on the spinal cord is the main objective of the treatment. The location, type of tumor, and the general health of the patient determine the line of treatment. Treatments include:
  • Surgery: complete removal of some tumors while in other cases removal of part of the tumor to relieve pressure on the spinal cord.
  • Radiation therapy
  • Chemotherapy
Spine Tumor Removal Package


  • Airport Pick-up and Drop
  • Hospital Stay in a Private Room as indicated above. One attendant can stay with the patient.
  • Nursing & Diet charges.
  • Routine lab tests
  • Admitting Consultant's visit charges
  • Surgeon’s Fees and OT Charges


  • Hospital stay after the said period.
  • Visit charges after the said period.
  • Cross consultations, if any.
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