Anatomical Basis of Acupotomy for Pain Treatment under Ultrasound Guidance
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Objective: to Study the Therapeutic Effects of Ultrasound-Guided Needle Knife Intervention, Nerve Block and Drug Therapy on Chronic Cervical Pain Based on Anatomical Basis. Methods: 120 Patients (Aged 60 and Above) Were Randomly Divided into Needle Knife Intervention Group (n = 40), Nerve Block Group (n = 40) and Drug Control Group (n = 40). Results: the Odi Score Did Not Improve in 5 Patients One Year after Operation, with a Total Effective Rate of 87.5%. the Vas Score Did Not Change in 7 Patients 10 Min after Operation, with a Total Effective Rate of 77.50%. No Complications Occurred. the Difference Was Statistically Significant (P < 0.05). Conclusion: the Therapeutic Effect of Acupotomy Guided by Ultrasound on Chronic Neck Pain is Better, Especially in the Long Term.
Ultrasound Guidance; Needle Knife; Chronic Neck Pain; Anatomy