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Hip Arthroscopy: Sciatic Nerve Release

by AMERICAN HIP INSTITUTE | 8 years ago

Endoscopic release of the sciatic nerve due to piriformis syndrome. The patient complained of a shootting pain down the leg. She failed conservative treatment including physiotherapy and epidural injections. However, she had a good response to local anesthetic injection around the piriformis muscle.

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