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Endoscopic 4-MHz Radiofrequency Treatment of Facet Joint Syndrome Is More Than Just Denervation: One Incision for Three Facets

Journal of Neurological Surgery. Part A, Central European Neurosurgery

Jan 15, 2020

Christian Woiciechowsky, Leonie Mercedes Richter

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Low back pain is well documented as an extremely common health problem. The most frequently used treatment is radiofrequency denervation for chronic low back pain. However, different clinical studies could only show a limited to no improvement regarding the decrease of pain intensity an...read more

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Structure of Articular Surface of Bone
Facet Joint Structure
Synoviocytes
Low Back Pain
Pain
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Endoscopic 4-MHz Radiofrequency Treatment of Facet Joint Syndrome Is More Than Just Denervation: One Incision for Three Facets

Journal of Neurological Surgery. Part A, Central European Neurosurgery

Jan 15, 2020

Christian Woiciechowsky, Leonie Mercedes Richter

PMID: 31935787

DOI: 10.1055/s-0039-1698397

Abstract

Low back pain is well documented as an extremely common health problem. The most frequently used treatment is radiofrequency denervation for chronic low back pain. However, different clinical studies could only show a limited to no improvement regarding the decrease of pain intensity an...read more

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Branching (Qualifier Value)
Interviews, Telephone
Lesion
Structure of Articular Surface of Bone
Facet Joint Structure
Synoviocytes
Low Back Pain
Pain

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