Effect of amniotic membrane to reduce postlaminectomy epidural adhesion on a rat model

  • Choi H
  • Kim K
  • Kwon Y
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Abstract

Epidural fibrosis and adhesion are the main reasons for post-laminectomy sustained pain and functional disability. In this study, the authors investigate the effect of irradiated freeze-dried human amniotic membrane on reducing epidural adhesion after laminectomy on a rat model.

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  • Epidural adhesion
  • Failed back surgery syndrome
  • Human amniotic membrane
  • Laminectomy

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Authors

  • Hyu Jin Choi

  • Kyoung Beom Kim

  • Young Min Kwon

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