Postlaminectomy Syndrome

Post-laminectomy is where surgery to the back results in back and/or leg pain. Laminectory is a surgery for removing the protective vertebra around the spinal cord. Usually, the surgery is performed to alleviate pressure on the spinal cord caused by a bulging disc from the said vertebra. In most cases, patients experience minimal complications after the procedure, but some patients experience persistent pain.


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