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The purpose of the study is to evaluate the clinical safety and feasibility of the NL-Prow™ Interspinous Spacer implant and insertion procedure in the treatment of lumbar spinal stenosis
Neurogenic intermittent claudication is a specific symptom complex occurring in patients with lumbar spinal stenosis. Characteristic of this disease is the occurrence of increasing leg, buttock or groin pain with or without lower back pain when walking a certain distance or reclining. Bending forward or sitting leads to a rapid pain relief. Lumbar spinal stenosis is defined as a reduction of the diameter of the spinal canal. The mechanism leading to stenosis is a remodeling and...
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the In-Space compared to the X STOP Interspinous Process Distraction (IPD) device ("X STOP") for the treatment of patients experiencing intermittent neurogenic claudication secondary to moderate degenerative lumbar stenosis at one or two lumbar levels.
The purpose of this study is to compare two operation methods on lumbar spinal stenosis; minimal invasive decompression to X-stop. It is a prospective randomized multicenter study including patients with lumbar spinal stenosis on one or two levels, and nevrogenic intermittent claudicatio.
The NORDSTEN- OS(Observational study) aim to study the natural course in patients with mild to moderate symptomatic lumbar spinal stenosis with and without degenerative spondylolisthesis. 10 years follow-up is planned. The NORDSTEN-OS is one of three studies in The NORwegian Degenerative Spondylolisthesis and Spinal STENosis studies. The two other studies are: NORDSTEN-SST (Spinal stenosis trial) (NCT02007083); a randomized controlled trial comparing the clinical...
A retrospective study that aims to report Adjacent Segment Degeneration (ASD) incidence and spinopelvic balance in short lumbosacral instrumentation for degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis. Although ASD is a common complication following lumbar fusion, the effect of an Interspinous Spacer (IS) in the supradjacent segment in short lumbosacral instrumented fusion and its interaction with spinopelvic balance has not been studied adequately.
This is a long-term follow-up study for more than 3 years to evaluate the efficacy and safety of bioactive glass-ceramic intervertebral spacer (Novomax) in posterior lumbar interbody fusion.
This is a multi-center, prospective, clinical study to assess the clinical application and outcomes of Minimally Invasive Lumbar Decompression with the MILD® devices in patients with symptomatic lumbar spinal stenosis.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether a home-based cycling program for patients with lumbar spinal stenosis is a feasible and acceptable
In actual practice the patients with mild or moderate lumbar spinal stenosis symptoms receive an epidural infiltration and participate in kyphosis reeducation in first intention. Yet the kyphosis reeducation did not show a real profit in the time compared with the natural evolution of the pathology. The study assume that the spinal mobility reeducation will reduce the incidence of pain recurrences compared with the classic kyphosis reeducation.
Decompression surgery has proved to be effective for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis (LSS) with persistent pain. But the efficiency of the surgery for degenerated LSS remain uncertain and is the subject of this study. This is a multiple center open-label randomised trial. Patients were randomly allocated to surgical group or a nonoperative group. Because of the procedure , neither patients nor investigators were blinded. The primary outcome is the change of symptom measure by the Oswest...
The purpose of this study is to determine if the ACADIA™ Facet Replacement System is effective in the treatment of spinal stenosis. The primary objective of the study is to evaluate the overall success rate of the Anatomic Facet Replacement System in patients with spinal stenosis when compared to a posterior spinal fusion control.
The authors aimed to compare the clinical efficacy and safety of CaO-SiO2-P2O5-B2O3 glass ceramics with PEEK cage that is widely used for posterior lumbar interbody fusion (PLIF) surgery in the clinical field.
This is a pivotal Randomized Clinical trial to provide clinical data to demonstrate the safety and effectiveness of the Pedicle Lengthening Osteotomy Procedure with implantation of the Altum® Device in patients with symptomatic, one or two level lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS) and a one level grade I degenerative spondylolisthesis requiring surgical treatment. compared to open surgical decompression and Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion (TLIF) in patients with symptomatic, ...
There is no international consensus on evaluation and surgical treatment of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis (LSS). The indication for operative treatment is relative, and the variation in surgical rates and procedures is significant, both within and between countries. Understanding practice-based variety is critical since these differences may reflect a disparity in quality of the health care in different institutions, regions, or countries. Norway, Sweden, and Denmark do all have Natio...
This is a single-center study evaluating the outcomes of patients with painful lumbar spinal stenosis who were treated with the mild procedure (minimally invasive lumbar decompression. The patients will be followed for 6 months after the procedure.
The purpose of this study is to determine safety and effectiveness, as measured by changes in pain, disability, patient satisfaction, and claudicatory symptoms, at 6 months following treatment with the Totalis™ Direct Decompression System or Sham Surgery in patients with lumbar spinal stenosis
To evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the coflex device compared to the control.
Study Objective: To compare patient outcomes following treatment with either the MILD procedure or epidural steroid injections (ESIs) in patients with painful lumbar spinal stenosis exhibiting neurogenic claudication and having verified ligamentum flavum hypertrophy as a contributing factor.
To determine if the effectiveness of the X-STOP® implant is equivalent (non-inferior) to that of conventional laminectomy in patients with lumbar spinal stenosis as measured by the Zurich Claudication Questionnaire.
To measure ligamentum flavum thickness in patients with different nationalities, sexes, heights, ages, and weights from Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China with CT, explore the correlation between various factors and ligamentum flavum thickness, provide reference for pedicle screw placement and lumbar decompression surgery, develop individualized surgical programs, and can effectively reduce the incidence of unnecessary postoperative complications induced by misplacement.
Lumbar spinal stenosis with neurogenic claudication is a common condition in the elderly population and is characterized by bilateral buttock, thigh, or calf discomfort and/or pain, as well as by weakness precipitated by walking and prolonged standing. Self-management options include physical therapy, which includes exercise as a core component for improving the flexibility and mobility of the spine and hips. A Williams flexion protocol has historically been used to treat low-b...
This is a multi-center, prospective, patient outcomes assessment of Minimally Invasive Lumbar Decompression with the Mild® devices in patients with symptomatic central canal spinal stenosis.
Chronic lumbosacral radiculopathy secondary to lumbar spinal stenosis affects a large number of individuals, and there is a general lack of consensus in the medical community in terms of effective treatments for this problem. By assessing the relative efficacy of transforaminal epidural injections of particulate and nonparticulate steroids, this study attempts to further define the appropriate conservative management of painful unilateral radiculopathies due to unilateral lumba...
Low back pain is a leading cause of medical consultations in France and in other industrialized countries. Although spinal surgery is a recognized treatment, to date, its impact has only been assessed using subjective or declarative criteria. Yet, in many orthopaedic diseases, it has been shown that the evaluation of functional capacities, including walking speed, is particularly useful to study the impact of these diseases and their treatment. To date, no study has attempted t...