C7-t1 interlaminar epidural steroid injection

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  • Citation tools Download this article to citation manager Cohen Steven P , Hooten W Michael . Advances in the diagnosis and management of neck pain BMJ 2017; 358 :j3221
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    TECHNIQUE: Risks and potential complications were explained and a informed was written consent. Patient was placed on prone position on fluoroscopy table. Back prepped and draped in usual sterile fashion. 1% Lidocaine was used for Local anesthesia.[ L2-3 or L3-4] interspace was localized. Under fluoro guidance, a [22]G spinal needle was advanced along the right paramidline interlaminar space into the thecal space with a single pass. Needle placement was confirmed with passive flow of clear CSF.   Opening pressure was measured to be [11]cm of water. []cc CSF was collected and sent to lab for analysis. [12cc] of [] was introduced into thecal sac.   Subsequently, CT scan was performed from [T12-S1]. No immediate post-procedure complications.

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