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Spinal stability is decreased after a laminectomy for forward bending, and after a two-level laminectomy for standing.
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Aberrant intervertebral motion in patients with treatment-resistant nonspecific low back pain: But her life is much more than that. Decompression procedures affect the examined biomechanical parameters less markedly in degenerated than in intact discs.
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Resections of posterior bony or ligamentous parts normally lead vertegral a decrease in stability. Expanding the resection to bilateral hemifacetectomy increases intersegmental rotation even more, while further resection up to a bilateral laminectomy has only a minor additional effect.
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In order to investigate how these parameters relate to one another, a three-dimensional, non-linear finite element model of the lumbosacral spine was created.
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Intersegmental rotations, intradiscal pressures, stresses, strains and forces in the facet joints vertebra, calculated while simulating an intact spine as well as different extents of resection left and bilateral hemifacetectomy, hemilaminectomy and bilateral laminectomy, two-level laminectomydisc conditions intact and degenerated and loading situations pure moment loads, standing and forward bending.
It has only a minor effect on the biomechanical behaviour of the adjacent region. The correlation between these parameters is not well understood. For axial rotation, spinal stability is decreased even after a hemifacetectomy.
Two-level laminectomy increases the cklumna rotation only for standing.
Resection of posterior bony or ligamentous elements has a stronger influence on the amount than on the distribution of bionecanica and deformations in a disc. The degree of instability depends on the extent of resection, the loading situation and the condition of the intervertebral discs.
Facetectomy and laminectomy are techniques for decompressing lumbosacral spinal stenosis. Clinical practice guidelines for the management of non-specific low back pain in primary care: