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Clinical Study

Application of Anchoring Technique in Unilateral Percutaneous Vertebroplasty for Neurologically Intact Kümmell’s Disease

Table 2

The back pain VAS and ODI score preoperatively and at each time point postoperatively (n = 29, mean ± standard deviation).

PreoperationPostop 1 dayPostop 1 monthPostop 6 monthsPostop 12 monthLast follow-up

BP-VAS8.37 ± 1.062.45 ± 1.212.26 ± 1.132.13 ± 0.972.16 ± 1.012.12 ± 0.92
ODI73.60 ± 10.2326.33 ± 5.1722.87 ± 4.6220.15 ± 3.9319.82 ± 3.6120.07 ± 3.24

Note., score at each time point postoperatively vs. preoperative score. Postop: postoperative; BP-VAS: back pain VAS. Last follow-up occurred at 19.6 months on average, ranging from 16 to 24 months.

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