Research Protocol
Volume 10 Issue 8 - 2018
Mieloduroenterosinangiosis (Experimental Technique for the Treatment of Spinal Cord Injury and Regeneration)
Emerio Suárez González*
Neurosurgery - Adjunct Column Surgery Neurociurgy, Central Hospital of Maracay, Post-Graduate Neurosurgery Aragua Area, Venezuela
*Corresponding Author: Emerio Suárez González, Neurosurgery - Adjunct Column Surgery Neurociurgy, Central Hospital of Maracay, Post-Graduate Neurosurgery Aragua Area, Venezuela.
Received: July 05, 2018; Published: July 30, 2018
Citation: Emerio Suárez González. “Mieloduroenterosinangiosis (Experimental Technique for the Treatment of Spinal Cord Injury and Regeneration)”. EC Neurology 10.8 (2018): 802-803.
Summary
The Mieloduroenterosinangiosis is an experimental technique not still applied in livings beings, humans or animals; in which i indicate the use of the vermiform appendix or cecal appendix with its respective vascular pedicle, as a way to improve the primaries or secondaries injuries over the spinal cord after a traumatic spine injury, direct or indirect.
In this technique I propose the use of the vermiform appendix or cecal appendix properly vascularized which is anastomized to an artery close to the region of the vertebral column affected, and posteriorly be placed over the portion of the injured spinal cord, this way it could serve or be useful as a mini-incubator to alleviate or ameliorate lesions and also favor axonal spinal cord regeneration.
Objectives
The objectives of this study or proposal, is to determine if the incorporation or placement of the vermiform appendix over the traumatized spinal cord, induce favorable changes over the primary or secondary lesions of the spinal cord; I mean, if one can determine if the vermiform appendix serve as an inductor or facilitator in the recovery of the neural tissue affected or improve or induce any axonal or neuronal regeneration. Want also to evaluate the factibility of this therapy, also to evaluate possible complications or adverse effects that could derive as a consequences of this procedure; and to create other possible therapies derive from this procedure for the management of spinal cord injury from a Neurosurgical view.
Copyright: © 2018 Emerio Suárez González. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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