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  • Masahiro Ogihara
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Abstract

Route for reaching the vertebral body: In addition to the transpedicular approach, a transvertebral body approach can also be used, as reported by Yuda [1]; however, the transpedicular approach is recommended to avoid the risk of hematoma formation [2].

93.1 Intracentrum Therapy (X-Ray-Guided, CT Angiography)

Route for reaching the vertebral body: In addition to the transpedicular approach, a transvertebral body approach can also be used, as reported by Yuda [1]; however, the transpedicular approach is recommended to avoid the risk of hematoma formation [2].

Vertebral body perforation for pseudoarthrosis after vertebral body fracture: It is recommended that the bone needle be inserted into the cleft, so as to allow traffic between the left and right bone needles and the cleft [3].

References

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    Ogihara M, Tamura M, Fujisawa M, et al. Complications associated with intra-articular injection method, intra-intervertebral disk treatment, and bone marrow decompression (bone perforation). Pain Clinic. 2014;35:1625–36. (in Japanese)Google Scholar
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    Ogihara M. Vertebral body fracture pain. In: Omote K, editor. Pain science and practice 7. Interventional treatment for pain. Tokyo: Bunkodo Co., Ltd.; 2014. p. 189–91. in Japanese.Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Masahiro Ogihara
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  1. 1.Department of Anesthesia and Pain ClinicKobayashi Neurosurgical Hospital, Medical Corporation KenseikaiNaganoJapan

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