Mokhov Nikita Valeryevich1,2*, Danilov Valeriy Ivanovich1,2, Padiryakov Viktor Nikolaevich1 and Bulgakov Evgeny Pavlovich1,2
1Department Neurology and Neurosurgery, Kazan State Medical University, Faculty Advanced Training and Professional Retraining of Specialists, Kazan, Russia
2Department of Neurosurgery, GAUZ "Interregional Clinical and Diagnostic Center", Kazan, Russia
*Corresponding Author: Mokhov Nikita Valeryevich, Department Neurology and Neurosurgery, Kazan State Medical University, Faculty Advanced Training and Professional Retraining of Specialists, Kazan, Russia.
Received: September 21, 2022; Published: November 12, 2022
Compression of the lumbar and sacral roots in dystrophic pathology of the spine is polyfactorial. Among the factors of compression of these roots, the proportion of non-greasy compression options is high. This determines the need to optimize the diagnosis of patients with degenerative spinal lesions using modern methods of neuroimaging. Each non-gnaw factor of persistent compression of the lumbar and sacral roots has its own characteristic neuroimaging semiotics, the knowledge of which will allow to more accurately determine the indications for surgical treatment and the amount of surgical intervention.
Keywords: Polyfactorial Persistent Compression of Cauda Equina Roots; Neuroimaging Semiotics; Multifactor Resistant Compression of Cauda Equina Roots; Neuroimaging Signs
Citation: Mokhov Nikita Valeryevich., et al. “Neuroimaging Semiotics of Non-greasy Compressing Factors in Patients with Persistent Compression of the Lumbar and Sacral Roots in Degenerative-dystrophic Lesions of the Spine”. Acta Scientific Orthopaedics 5.12 (2022): 127-135.
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