An exploration of fluoroscopically guided spinal steroid injections in patients with non-specific exercise-related lower-limb pain

@inproceedings{Neve2010AnEO,
  title={An exploration of fluoroscopically guided spinal steroid injections in patients with non-specific exercise-related lower-limb pain},
  author={Leon Neve and John Orchard and Nathan Gibbs and Willem van Mechelen and Evert A Verhagen and Ken Sesel and I. M. Burgess and Brett Hines},
  booktitle={Open access journal of sports medicine},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND Fluoroscopically guided lumbar cortisone injections have been proven useful in cases of lower-limb pain caused by lumbar disc prolapse (with evidence levels ll-1/ll-2). These injections are also sometimes used clinically in sports medicine for patients with non-specific exercise-related lower-limb pain, where no prolapse or other obvious cause of nerve-impingement is diagnosed via magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or computed tomography (CT), even though this treatment scenario has… CONTINUE READING
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