Peridural scar and its relation to clinical outcome: a randomised study on surgically treated lumbar disc herniation patients

@article{Rnnberg2008PeriduralSA,
  title={Peridural scar and its relation to clinical outcome: a randomised study on surgically treated lumbar disc herniation patients},
  author={Katarina R{\"o}nnberg and Bengt Lind and Bj{\"o}rn Zoega and G. Gadeholt-G{\"o}thlin and Klas Halldin and Martin Gellerstedt and Helena Brisby},
  journal={European Spine Journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={17},
  pages={1714-1720}
}
A prospective randomised 2-year follow-up study on patients undergoing lumbar disc herniation surgery. The objective was to investigate the relationship between peridural scarring and clinical outcome, the scar development 6 and 24 months postoperatively by using MRI, and if ADCON-L (a bioresorbable carbohydrate polymer gel) has an effect on scar size and/or improve patients’ outcome after lumbar disc herniation surgery. The association between peridural scarring and recurrent pain after lumbar… CONTINUE READING
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