Spinal Cord Stimulator for the Treatment of Chronic Pancreatitis

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Spinal Cord Stimulator for the Treatment of Chronic Pancreatitis

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Division

North Florida

Hospital

Ocala

Document Type

Case Report

Publication Date

10-3-2019

Keywords

gastroenterology, pancreatitis, spinal cord stimulation, pain intervention, neuromodulation, failed back syndrome

Disciplines

Anesthesia and Analgesia | Anesthesiology | Gastroenterology | Medicine and Health Sciences

Abstract

We report a case of using a spinal cord stimulator for the treatment of severe chronic intractable abdominal pain associated with chronic pancreatitis and placement of intraabdominal stents. This patient also had concurrent severe chronic intractable cervicalgia with upper extremity radiculopathy secondary to failed back syndrome. The patient attempted and failed medical and interventional therapy for the treatment of her pains. Percutaneous 8 contact leads were placed midline at the level of C3-C6 and T5- T6 with excellent results. This case demonstrates that chronic pancreatitis can be successfully treated with spinal cord stimulation.

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Current Trends in Gastroenterology and Hepatology

Spinal Cord Stimulator for the Treatment of Chronic Pancreatitis

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