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Comparison Immediate and Acute Adverse Effects Following Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injections with Dexamethasone and Diluted Triamcinolone
Archives of anesthesiology and critical care
Transforaminal epidural steroid injections (both lumbar and cervical) are used in many treatments. The use of this method in the control and treatment of radicular pain is intensively expanding. In this method, and for the purpose of implementing the injection process, the needle is inserted from the posterolateral of the spine and steroids injected. Steroids include a wide range of medications, many of which are used in modern medicine. Research on these drugs is still underway. The use ofdoi:10.18502/aacc.v5i4.1451 fatcat:j5w7tgq65vatpmbo4puf4ng4ki