2020
DOI: 10.21037/jss-20-506
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Dysphagia rates in single- and multiple-level anterior cervical discectomy and fusion surgery: a meta-analysis

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“…The occurrence of complications of cervical spine surgery usually depends on the surgical procedure, segments of operation, and severity of compression on the spinal cord or nerve root ( 20 ). For example, dysphagia is a common complication of ACDF, while axial pain is prone to occur after the performance of posterior surgical procedures such as LAMP and LF ( 21 , 22 ). In the present study, we found a significantly higher incidence of complications in patients who underwent ACDF compared with those who underwent LAMP and LF, especially for dysphagia and pseudoarthrosis.…”
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“…The occurrence of complications of cervical spine surgery usually depends on the surgical procedure, segments of operation, and severity of compression on the spinal cord or nerve root ( 20 ). For example, dysphagia is a common complication of ACDF, while axial pain is prone to occur after the performance of posterior surgical procedures such as LAMP and LF ( 21 , 22 ). In the present study, we found a significantly higher incidence of complications in patients who underwent ACDF compared with those who underwent LAMP and LF, especially for dysphagia and pseudoarthrosis.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Transient dysphagia was one of the most common postoperative complications following the ACDF procedure ( 23 ), a part of which was self-healing, whereas the others may suffer for a long time, severely impacting patients’ living quality. Because the site of operation and fixation with plate and graft were adjacent to the esophagus, patients who underwent the anterior cervical procedure were predisposed to suffer from dysphagia postoperatively, and this tendency was more evident as the operative segments increased ( 21 ). Thus, spinal surgeons need to consider this complication when deciding on their surgical procedures.…”
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“…97,98 Multiple levels of ACDF or corpectomies in older individuals can be complicated by dysphagia and swallowing difficulty. [99][100][101][102][103] The most important imaging biological marker of tCSCI is the intramedullary lesion -the product of kinetic energy and molecular cascades immediately following trauma. [104][105][106][107] In vivo MRI studies on intramedullary lesion in rodent models of traumatic SCI have shown neuroprotective effects of hypertonic saline, glibenclamide and S-nitrosoglutathion (GSNO), as evidenced by neurobehavioral improvement and reduced intramedullary lesion size.…”
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“…ysphagia after anterior cervical spine surgery is a commonly reported symptom with varying degrees of clinical consequence [1][2][3] . Symptoms are often transient and generally resolve after observation or conservative treatment without substantial impact on patient satisfaction or overall surgical outcomes 1,4 .…”
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