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European Journal of General Medicine
Medical Investigations Society
ISSN: 1304-3897
Vol. 7, No. 3, 2010, pp. 350-351
Bioline Code: gm10067
Full paper language: English
Document type: Report
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European Journal of General Medicine, Vol. 7, No. 3, 2010, pp. 350-351

 tr Perkutan Adenolizis Sonrası Paraspinal Apse
Usta, Burhanettin; Sert, Hüseyin; Gözdemir, Muhammet & Muslu, Bünyamin


Lumbal bölge patolojisine cerrahi yaklaşım sonrası epidural skar oluşumuna bağlı olarak dirençli ağrı gelişebilir. Perkütan adezyonalizis epidural skara bağlı ağrının kontrol edilmesinde değerli bir teknik olabilir. Perkütan adezyonalizisten sonra dural punkture, intravasküler injeksiyon gibi bir çok komplikasyon bildirilmiş ancak adezyonalizis takiben paraspinal apse formasyonu literatürdeki ilk vakadır.


Paraspinal Apse, Ağrı, Perkutan Adezyonalizis

 
 en Paraspinal Abscess after Percutaneous Adhesiolysis
Usta, Burhanettin; Sert, Hüseyin; Gözdemir, Muhammet & Muslu, Bünyamin

Abstract

Permanent pain after surgical approach for lumbar pathology may due to epidural scarring. However, surgical approach could not relieve the pain in all cases. Percutaneous adhesiolysis might be a valuable technique in managing chronic pain caused by epidural scarring. Following the percutaneous adhesiolysis, it has been reported that several complications such as dural puncture, intravascular injection, but abscess formation in the paraspinal muscles immediately after the adhesiolysis is the first case in literature.

Keywords
Paraspinal abscess, pain, percutaneous adhesiolysis

 
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