interspinous


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interspinous

(ˌɪntəˈspaɪnəs) or

interspinal

adj
(Anatomy) anatomy located between spines, esp between the vertebrae
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Spine devices are also being developed to simplify complex procedures including endoscopic spine surgery, vertebral compression fracture repair, interspinous fixation, interbody fixation, etc.
Upon closing, the acquisition of Vertiflex adds the only US FDA-approved, commercially-available, minimally-invasive interspinous spacer to Boston's industry-leading pain management portfolio of spinal cord stimulation and radiofrequency ablation.
Component Young's Poisson's ratio modulus (MPa) Cortical bone 12,000 0.3 Cancellous bone 100 0.2 Endplate 3,000 0.25 Anterior longitudinal 15 Posterior longitudinal 10 Ligamentum flavum 8 Interspinous 10 Ligamentum flavum 15 Intertransverse 10 Capsular 7.5 Nucleus pulposus 1.0 0.499 Annulus fiber 4.2 0.45 Fusion mass (Ti) 110,000 0.28 Component Cross-section ([mm.sup.2]) Cortical bone Cancellous bone Endplate Anterior longitudinal 40 Posterior longitudinal 20 Ligamentum flavum 30 Interspinous 40 Ligamentum flavum 40 Intertransverse 1.8 Capsular 30 Nucleus pulposus Annulus fiber Fusion mass (Ti) Table 2.
However, the needle will traverse additional layers comprised of the supraspinous and interspinous ligaments, which might be calcified especially in elderly patients.
In the segmental application, bilateral Quaddel injection was performed into the interspinous spaces between cervical 1 (C1) and sacral 1 (S1) vertebrae and 2 cm lateral to the midline at the level of the spinous process level.
Interspinous spacers compared with decompression or fusion for lumbar stenosis: complications and repeat operations in the Medicare population.
In all patients, subarachnoid block was established at L4/5 interspinous space in sitting position with 25G pencil point spinal needle by using hyperbaric bupivacaine 0.75% (1.5ml).
The interspinous method of posterior atlantoaxial arthrodesis J.
In addition, the posterior midline ligaments, such as the supraspinous and interspinous ligaments lose their original attachments when the spinous processes are removed.3-5 The reported disadvantages of extensive resection of the posterior bone, posterior ligaments and muscular structures include increase in post-operative pain, peri-operative blood loss, length of stay (LOS) at hospital, and adverse consequences of iatrogenic injury, like denervation atrophy of PVMs, lower back pain, segmental malalignment, instability and the so-called failed back surgery syndrome.2-6 Therefore, various minimally invasive techniques for spinal surgery have been developed to achieve comparable surgical outcomes with less surgical morbidity.
We made an incision of about 5 cm via the posterior approach with surgical gap as the center, and incised the skin and subcutaneous tissue successively, retaining supraspinal and interspinous ligaments.
Diagnosis of back pain is not simple; contributing factors may include needle trauma, surgical positioning and injection of saline or local anaesthetic into the interspinous ligaments, development of a supraspinous haematoma, excessive stretching of ligaments after relaxation of paraspinal muscles and localised trauma to the intervertebral disc.
Regarding obstetric patients, the structure of the interspinous ligament becomes softer and inhomogeneous, which often causes a false sense of loss of resistance (3, 4).