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Transforaminal Epidural Endoscopic Lumbar Discectomy
Jae Eun Jeong, M.D., Wan Su Lee, M.D., Youn Sang Sung, M.D. and Kyeong Hoon Sung, M.D.
Department of Neurosurgery, 21 Century Hospital, Seoul, Korea
신경공 경막외 내시경 요추 디스크 제거술
정재은, 이완수, 성연상, 성경훈
21세기 병원 신경외과
Abstract
Objective
The Authors report technique, indication, result, and complications of transforaminal epidural endoscopic lumbar discectomy(TELD)
Methods
From January 2002 to december 2002, the authors performed TELD for 116 patients, and 95 patients were followed up. Retrospective analyses were done, and the follow up period was 6 month to 18 month(mean 12months). Postoperative outcomes of patients were classified by Macnab's criteria.
Results
According to Macnab's criteria, 81 patients(85.2%) were classified into excellent and good outcome. Fourteen patients were classified into fair(4.3%) and poor(10.5%) outcome, respectively. Among 10 patients who were classified into poor outcome, 9 required revision surgery and 1 had nerve root injury.
Conclusion
TELD seems to be a primary treatment in selected patients with herniated lumbar disc disease.
Keywords: Transforaminal epidural endoscopic lumbar discectomy(TELD)


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