Transforaminal cervical epidural steroid injection

The US-guided method may facilitate identifying critical vessels at unexpected locations relative to the intervertebral foramen and avoiding injury to such vessels, which is the leading cause of the reported complications from cervical transforaminal injections. On treatment effect, using either method of epidural injections to deliver steroids for cervical radicular pain, secondary to herniated intervertebral disc or foraminal stenosis, significant improvements in function and pain relief were observed in both groups after the intervention. However, significant difference was not observed between the groups. Therefore, the ultrasound-guided method was shown to be as effective as the fluoroscopy-guided method in pain relief and functional improvement, in addition to the absence of radiation and avoiding vessel injury at real-time imaging.

Transforaminal cervical epidural steroid injection

transforaminal cervical epidural steroid injection

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