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This article is from The Korean Journal of Pain, volume 26.AbstractEpiduroscopic laser discectomy and neural decompression ELND is known as an effective treatment for intractable lumbar pain and radiating pain which develop after lumbar surgery, as well as for herniation of the intervertebral disk and spinal stenosis. However, various complications occur due to the invasiveness of this procedure and epidural adhesion, and rarely, cranial nerve damage can occur due to increased intracranial pressure. Here, the authors report case in which double vision occurred after epiduroscopic laser discectomy and neural decompression in a patient with failed back surgery syndrome FBSS.



Author: Yoon, Keon Jung; Lee, Eun Ha; Kim, Su Hwa; Noh, Mi Sun

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