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|NCT01913782 : The Impact of Epidural Steroid Analgesia on Functional MRI for Patients With LBP|
|Ages||Min: 18 Years Max: N/A|
1. Patients with disc herniation or radiculitis who are over 18 years of age.
2. Patients with a history of chronic function-limiting low back pain and lower
extremity pain for at least one months' duration.
3. Patients who are competent to understand the study and provide written informed
consent and participate in outcome measurements.
- Patients have previous lumbar surgery with metal instrument. Initial MRI shows spinal
stenosis or without disc herniation. Patients have unstable opioid use, uncontrolled
psychiatric disorders, uncontrolled acute medical illness, any condition that could
interfere with the interpretation of outcome assessments, pregnant or lactating women
or allergy to local anesthetics or steroid. Patients who are unable to perform MRI or
fMRI will also be excluded.
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