Limited microdiscectomy for lumbar disk herniation: a retrospective long-term outcome analysis.

@article{Soliman2014LimitedMF,
  title={Limited microdiscectomy for lumbar disk herniation: a retrospective long-term outcome analysis.},
  author={John Soliman and Adrian Harvey and Greg Howes and Jason M Seibly and John Dossey and Emilio Nardone},
  journal={Journal of spinal disorders & techniques},
  year={2014},
  volume={27 1},
  pages={E8-E13}
}
OBJECTIVE AND SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Surgical treatment of lumbar disk herniation is traditionally accomplished by removal of the extruded fragment as well as an aggressive decompression of the disk space. This retrospective study evaluates the long-term results of limited discectomy, otherwise known as fragmentectomy, for lumbar disk herniation using a minimally invasive technique. Although there are ample studies in literature regarding short-term outcome after limited microdiscectomy… CONTINUE READING
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