Article 2319

Title of the article

A NEW METHOD FOR DIAGNOSING LUMBAR SPINE FACET SYNDROME 

Authors

Yarikov Anton Viktorovich, Candidate of medical sciences, neurosurgeon, Municipal Clinical Hospital No 39 (144 Moskovskoe highway, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia); the Volga Regional Medical Center of the Federal Biomedical Agency (2 Nizhne-Volzhskaya embankment, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia), E-mail: anton-yarikov@mail.ru
Morev Anton Vladimirovich, Neurosurgeon, Municipal Clinical Hospital No 39 (144 Moskovskoe highway, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia); postgraduate student, Privolzhsky Research Medical University (10/1 Minina i Pozharskogo square, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia), E-mail: ante33@yandex.ru
Ignatova Irina Aleksandrovna, Neurologist, the First Clinical Medical center (90 Vatutina street, Kovrov, Vladimir region, Russia), E-mail: katrinajil@yandex.ru
Gun'kin Ivan Vladimirovich, Candidate of medical sciences, neurosurgeon, Mordovia Republican Central Clinical Hospital (14/5 Pobedy street, Saransk, Russia), E-mail: gunkiniv@mail.ru
Lipatov Kirill Sergeevich, Candidate of medical sciences, medical superintendent, Volga Regional Medical Center of the Federal Biomedical Agency (2 Nizhne-Volzhskaya embankment, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia), E-mail: operaciipomc@mail.ru 

Index UDK

616.8-089 

DOI

10.21685/2072-3032-2019-3-2 

Abstract

Background. 90 % of the world's population suffers from one or more cases of back pain throughout their lives. The cause of back pain is multifactorial, which particularly complicates the process of its diagnosis and treatment. One of the ethologies of such pain can be a pathology of facet (arcuate) joints.
Materials and methods. The authors of the article developed a new method of diagnosis of facet syndrome of the lumbar spine. The essence of the method is as follows – conduct a survey and examination of patients suffering from pain in the lumbar spine, and evaluate the following indicators: age, anamnesis and complaints, evaluation of the neurological status and data of paraclinic methods of examination, assessment of the volume and nature of movements in the lumbar spine. In the future, the patient performs a blockade of the arc joints with a mixture of local anesthetic and glucocorticoid (on both sides in a pre-marked area of the location of the spinous process to the interarticular gap of the arc joints.
Results. The proposed new, unified method was applied in 76 patients and its results were proved by good immediate and long-term results.
Conclusions. This method makes it possible to accurately verify the diagnosis and plan timely intervention treatment, which will reduce the duration of treatment and quickly return to the working capacity of the patient. 

Key words

spondylarthrosis, facet syndrome, intervertebral lumbar joint, joint denervation, back pain 

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