Lumbar spinal stenosis is one of the 3 most common diagnoses of low back and leg pain for which surgery is performed. Multiple other modalities of treatments have been advocated in managing lumbar central spinal stenosis, including interventional techniques and a multitude of conservative modalities. These complications include inflammatory reactions, back and leg pain, radiculitis, implant displacement, retrograde ejaculation, male sterility, cancer, infection, osteolysis, ectopic bone formation, and death
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