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iFuse Case Report (Manfre - Interv Neurorad 2014)

Percutaneous Sacroiliac Joint Fixation in Sacroiliac Instability. The First Case Report Using A Fully CT-Guided Technique.

Manfré L.
Interv Neuroradiol. 2014 Oct 31;20(5):621-5. [Epub 2014 Oct 17].
DOI: 10.15274/INR-2014-10049. PMCID: PMC4243233


The prevalence of sacroiliac Joint (SIJ) disease as a cause of LBP is considered to range from 21% to 25%. Nevertheless, SIJ instability is frequently underestimated. Although conventional surgery has been used for several years in an attempt to stabilize the SIJ, a new percutaneous system has been proposed for articular fusion. Recently a new "one-step" fixation procedure has been proposed. We describe the case of a patient with painful SIJ instability treated with a fully CT-guided technique in simple analogue sedation.

KEYWORDS: CT; fusion; instability; sacroiliac joint

Author Information

Manfré L - Department of Minimal Invasive Spine Therapy, Cannizzaro Hospital; Catania, Italy

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