Clinical Study of Percutaneous Foraminal Technique and Microscope-assisted Treatment of Lumbar Disc Herniation

  • Mingjun Zheng
Keywords: Herniated Disc, Percutaneous Intervertebral Foramen Technique, Microscope-assisted Treatment, Clinical Treatment

Abstract

The purpose of this article is to further analyze and explore the type of lumbar disc herniation through
percutaneous endoscopic techniques and microscope-assisted treatment of lumbar disc herniation by
investigating the clinical effects of percutaneous endoscopic techniques and microscope-assisted treatment of
lumbar disc herniation. Outstanding advantages in recent clinical treatment. By selecting 50 patients with
lumbar disc herniation treated in our hospital from October 2017 to December 2019 as the research object of
this article, 25 patients were selected from the selected patients according to the standard, and 25 patients in the
experimental group were performed according to the requirements of the comparative experiment. Percutaneous
intervertebral foraminal technique and microscope-assisted treatment, the control group followed the traditional
treatment method with percutaneous intervertebral foraminal technique combined with traditional Chinese
medicine treatment method and carried out observation and analysis of the clinical treatment effect of patients.
According to the experiment, 1 week after the operation: from the perspective of the VAS score index, the
experimental group is better than the control group; there is a difference in the JOA score between the two
groups, and the experimental group is inferior to the control group. The VAS of the two groups in January and
February after surgery There was no difference in comparison with JOA score. From the ground pointing
distance, there is no significant difference in the ground pointing distance between the two groups of patients at
each time node. The PAS values of VAS score, JOA score, and finger-to-ground distance in the two groups
before and after surgery, 1 week and 1 month after surgery were all less than 0.05, indicating that the above
three types of indicators were significant before and after The difference is better after surgery.

Published
2020-02-01