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interspinal

[¦in·tər′spīn·əl]
(anatomy)
Situated between or connecting spinous processes; interspinous.
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In fact, needle fracture within the interspinous ligament has been reported with a 27G Quincke needle (64).
The interspinous ligaments were also incised longitudinally up to the sublaminar area.
The seated position with the patient bent forward enlarges the interspinous spaces and provides better imaging of structures behind the bones.
The ligaments are anterior longitudinal (ALL), posterior longitudinal (PLL), ligamentumflavum (LF), interspinous (ISL), supraspinous (SSL), intertransverse (ITL), and Facet capsulary (FCL).
Considering first the cranial then the thoracolumbar spine, they discuss such aspects as complications of subaxial lateral mass screw fixation, ectopic ossification following anterior cervical discectomy and fusion or disc replacement, interspinous process fusion plate complications, complications of anterior lumbar interbody fusion with polyether ether ketone spacers, and removing and revising broken thoracolumbar screws.
DIAM's and Wallis' potential benefits are their alternative to spinal fusion, their fit between the interspinous processes, and their function as a shock absorber that reduces loads from the surrounding vertebrae [3, 14, 19, 20].
Interspinous process decompression (IPD) devices (aka "spacers") were developed to address a distinct therapeutic gap in the continuum of care of lumbar spinal stenosis treatment [3].
After successful puncture, the catheter tip was inserted 3-4cm towards the head, pull out the puncture needle, and moved to the interspinous ligament.
Edema was also noted in the prevertebral and interspinous ligaments spanning C1-C2 and C2-C3.
Under aseptic precaution, lumbar epidural procedure was performed at L3-L4 interspinous space with sterile 18G Tuohy's needle, and epidural space was identified using loss of resistance technique.
The other set of points with a strong internal effect is found 1.5 inches lateral to the spine at the interspinous spaces.
A Review of interspinous fusion devices: High complication, reoperation rates, and costs with poor outcomes.