Correlation of Canal Dimension with Neurological Status and Surgical Outcome in Lumbar PIVD: A Recent Study

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Introduction: Symptomatic lumbar PIVD is a leading cause of disability and absence from work. A disc herniation’s symptom is determined by a number of factors, including the disc’s level, point, and the percentage canal compromise caused by the disc, among others. The results of a prospective study on the relationship between spinal canal dimension, neurological status, and surgical outcome in lumbar PIVD are presented. Whereas lumbar disc herniation in adults is primarily caused by degenerative disc disease, as evidenced by … Continue reading “Correlation of Canal Dimension with Neurological Status and Surgical Outcome in Lumbar PIVD: A Recent Study”