[Minimally invasive injection therapy for patients with radicular lumbar spine syndrome. First results of an minimally invasive treatment for patients with lumbar radiculopathy].

@article{Madl2007MinimallyII,
  title={[Minimally invasive injection therapy for patients with radicular lumbar spine syndrome. First results of an minimally invasive treatment for patients with lumbar radiculopathy].},
  author={M Madl and Oliver Linhardt and Daniel Boluki and Jan Matussek and Tobias Renkawitz and J. Grifka},
  journal={Schmerz},
  year={2007},
  volume={21 5},
  pages={445-52}
}
BACKGROUND There are few studies on minimally invasive injection therapy (MIT) combined with multimodal conservative therapeutic options. Here, we evaluate the results of MIT in a clinical study. METHODS A total of 61 patients with radicular lumbar symptoms treated with MIT were examined before and 14.5 months after treatment. Subjective, objective… CONTINUE READING