Failure rates and complications of interspinous process decompression devices: a European multicenter study.

@article{Gazzeri2015FailureRA,
  title={Failure rates and complications of interspinous process decompression devices: a European multicenter study.},
  author={R. Gazzeri and M Galarza and M. Neroni and C. Fiore and A. Faiola and F. Puzzilli and G. Callovini and A. Alfieri},
  journal={Neurosurgical focus},
  year={2015},
  volume={39 4},
  pages={
          E14
        }
}
OBJECT Spacers placed between the lumbar spinous processes represent a promising surgical treatment alternative for a variety of spinal pathologies. They provide an unloading distractive force to the stenotic motion segment, restoring foraminal height, and have the potential to relieve symptoms of degenerative disc disease. The authors performed a retrospective, multicenter nonrandomized study consisting of 1108 patients to evaluate implant survival and failure modes after the implantation of 8… Expand
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