EFFECTIVNESS OF GENICULAR NERVES RADIOFREQUENCY NEUROABLATION FOR PAIN SYNDROME MANAGMENT IN PATIENTS WITH KNEE ARTHRITIS
Keywords:pain syndrome, knee osteoarthritis, radiofrequency neuroablation
Most people in age above 65 years with knee arthritis suffer from pain syndrome. Traditionally, this pain is nociceptive and an important part of knee osteoarthritis treatment is pain management. Radiofrequency neuroablation was proposed as a long-term and effective method of the pain syndrome treatment that inducts the nociceptive mechanism in the structures that conduct pain impulses.
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