Başarısız bel cerrahisi sendromu bir veya daha fazla omurga cerrahisi geçirdiği halde geçmeyen kronik ağrı durumudur. Cerrahi teknolojilerin gelişmesine rağmen başarısız bel cerrahisi oranı azalmamıştır.Ağrının oluşmasında birçok faktör(biyolojik, psikolojik ve sosyal) rol almakta ve çoklu disiplinyaklaşımı yönetimde tercih edilmelidir. Bu multidisipliner yaklaşımda beyin cerrahı, fizyoterapist, algolog, ortopedist ve radyologların birlikte çalışmalarına ihtiyaç vardır. Başarısız bel cerrahisi sendromu diğer bel ağrısı sebeplerine göre sosyal ve ekonomik yönden daha büyük kayıplara neden olmaktadır.
Failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS) is a chronic pain condition after one or more spine surgery. Despite advances in surgical technology, the rates of failed back surgery have not declined.This conditions are may occur in the preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative periods. Furthermore, it is likely that multiple factors (biological, psychological, and social) are involved with the development of the pain process, necessitating an interdisciplinary approach to management. Neurosurgeons, physiotherapist, algologiest, orthopedic surgeons and radiologists are necessary to evaluate these patients as a multidisciplinary team. FBSS is a common and significant social and economic burden and lead to greater economic and physical losses compared with other chronic low back pain.
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