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Lumbar percutaneous facet rhizotomy.

Spine 1990 January
The author reports on 223 patients who underwent lumbar percutaneous facet rhizotomy for chronic low-back or chronic back and leg pain. The overall success rate was 69%. The procedure is very safe and can offer relief for many patients in whom organic pathology, most commonly a herniated lumbar disc, has been eliminated. The procedure, screening and results are discussed.

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