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Tag: adhesiolysis|chronic low back pain|comparative effectiveness|controlled trial|equivalence|low back pain|preliminary results|randomized

The preliminary results of a comparative effectiveness evaluation of adhesiolysis and caudal epidural injections in managing chronic low back pain secondary to spinal stenosis: a randomized, equivalence controlled trial.

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The preliminary results of a comparative effectiveness evaluation of adhesiolysis and caudal epidural injections in managing chronic low back pain secondary to spinal stenosis: a randomized, equivalence controlled trial.

Pain Physician. 2009 Nov-Dec;12(6):E341-54

Authors: Manchikanti L, Cash KA, McManus CD, Pampati V, Singh V, Benyamin R

Lumbar surgery and epidural injections for spinal stenosis are the most commonly performed interventions in the United States. However, there is only moderate evidence to the effectiveness of surgery and caudal epidural injections. The next sequential step is adhesiolysis and hypertonic neurolysis with targeted delivery. There have not been any randomized trials evaluating the effectiveness of percutaneous adhesiolysis and targeted delivery of local anesthetic, steroid and hypertonic sodium chloride solution in lumbar spinal stenosis.

PMID: 19935991 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]