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July 13, 2011
 
FEATURED CASE STUDY
Presented by: Iain Kalfas, MD
Lumbar decompression in 1992, L5-S1 ALIF in 1999. The patient now presents with a 2-year history of progressive low back pain, predominantly left-sided. Pain is constant and severe to the point of causing difficult with gait. Now what?
Review the entire case, decide treatment,
and comment
L3-L4 severely degenerated disc
Fig. 5. T2-weighted MRI
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