REHABILITATION METHODS AFTER REMOVAL OF INTERVERTEBRAL HERNIAS OF THE LUMBAR SPINE
Keywords:proportion, surgical treatment, DDZP, length
The proportion of unfavorable outcomes of surgical treatment of DDZP varies from 20% to 60%, and depends on the length of the follow-up period for patients, the selected criteria for the effectiveness of operations and methods for evaluating the results. The frequency of reoperations in DDZP is determined by the type of primary intervention, and is 4-27.2% for discectomy, 11 -19% for decompressive laminectomy, and 9 – 39% for spinal fusion. Repeated operations include decompressive and decompressive stabilizing aids, which, according to the authors, are associated with technical difficulties due to scarring changes in the area of the previous operation, and also do not give acceptable clinical and functional results.
How to Cite
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.