Evaluating the outcome of classic laminectomy surgery alone versus laminectomy with fixation surgery in patients with lumbar canal stenosis regarding improvement of pain and function

@article{Tabl2020EvaluatingTO,
  title={Evaluating the outcome of classic laminectomy surgery alone versus laminectomy with fixation surgery in patients with lumbar canal stenosis regarding improvement of pain and function},
  author={M. E. El Tabl and Yasser B. El Sisi and Saeed E. Al Emam and M. A. Hussen and D. Saif},
  journal={Egyptian Journal of Neurosurgery},
  year={2020},
  volume={35},
  pages={1-9}
}
Background Management of lumbar canal stenosis should be started with conservative treatment and preferably with a multimodal approach, but in cases of severe pain with extensive neurogenic claudication symptoms, surgical intervention is indicated. This retrospective study targets to evaluate the outcome of classic laminectomy surgery alone versus laminectomy with fixation surgery in patients with lumbar canal stenosis regarding improvement of pain and function. Methods Data of 184 patients of… Expand

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