2023
DOI: 10.54584/lms.2023.33
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The Reasons for the Rejection of Spinal Interventional Pain Management Techniques in Patients with Chronic Lower Back Pain

Samet Sancar Kaya,
Müge Baran

Abstract: We investigated the reasons for the rejection of spinal interventional pain management techniques (SIPMT) in patients with lower back pain. The patients included in the study applied to an algology outpatient clinic with complaints of chronic lower back pain and were recommended SIPMT. The demographic data, systemic diseases, diagnoses, suggested SIPMT, and reasons why certain patients refused SIPMT, were all evaluated. Among the 196 patients who were recommended SIPMT, 61 (31.1%) refused the treatment. The mo… Show more

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