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Cas Lek Cesk. 2006;145(3):215-7; discussion 218.

[Percutaneous sacroplasty in sacral insufficiency fracture treatment].

[Article in Czech]

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Radiologická klinika LF UK a FN, Hradec Králové.


Stress (insufficient) sacral bone fracture is a seriously painful disease with discussed and disunited therapy. Older women sufferig from osteoporosis create the main group in which this fracture occurs. Clinically, serious pain in sacral area is the most common symptome. This pain may last for a long time when treated conservatively and it can lead to pacient's immobilization with related comorbidity. In 2% of patients, neurological complications can be observed. Authors present summary of published studies and demonstrate an own case treated using percutaneous sacroplasty.

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