The type of anaesthesia used in percutaneous discectomy, a new technique for treating slipped disc, is described. The personal series consist of 960 patients. In 768, local anaesthesia by infiltration of the anatomical trajectory was used as a follow-up to nucleotome. In the rest, general anaesthesia was used. Conclusion are drawn from the comparison.
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