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Chronischer Wirbelsäulenschmerz: letzter Ausweg Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS), spinale Opioidapplikation?

  • R. Thoma
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Zusammenfassung

Persistierende Rücken- und Beinschmerzen sind eine der häufigsten Komplikationen von Bandscheibenvorfällen ohne oder nach operativen Eingriffen [28, 32].

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