[Modern treatments for degenerative disc diseases of the lumbosacral spine. A literature review].
Zh Vopr Neirokhir Im N N Burdenko. 2016;80(four):102-108
Authors: Konovalov NA, Nazarenko AG, Asyutin DS, Zelenkov PV, Onoprienko RA, Korolishin VA, Cherkiev IU, Martynova MA, Zakirov BA, Timonin SY, Kosyr’kova AV, Pimenova LF, Pogosyan AL, Batyrov AA
Many researchers contemplate degenerative illnesses of the backbone as a pandemic of the XXIst century. Herniated intervertebral discs of the lumbosacral backbone happen in 61% of sufferers with degenerative backbone illnesses. Of those, 15% of sufferers have herniated discs on the LII-LIII stage, 10% of sufferers on the LIII-LIV stage, and 40% of sufferers on the LIV-LV and LV-SI ranges. A excessive value of conservative remedy of degenerative backbone illness signs and its low efficacy in lowering the depth and period of ache necessitate the event of latest strategies of surgical remedy. On this paper, we analyze the literature information on minimally invasive backbone surgical procedure and reveal the primary benefits of percutaneous endoscopic surgical methods.
PMID: 28635865 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]