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Bone Marrow Injection for Chronic Discogenic Low Back Pain

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Bone Marrow Concentrate Intradiscal Injection for Chronic Discogenic Low Back Pain

A double-blind, placebo-controlled study to determine the efficacy of intradiscal injection of bone marrow concentrate on discogenic low back pain.

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Bone Marrow Concentrate

Bone marrow concentrate is bone marrow harvested from the iliac crest and minimally processed in a centrifuge. It is then injected into the suspected painful disc (s) using fluoroscopic guidance

Placebo

Injection of normal saline dorsal to the transverse process after sham bone marrow aspiration

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Bone Marrow Concentrate Intradiscal Injection for Chronic Discogenic Low Back Pain: A Double-Blind, Placebo Controlled Trial

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NCT03340818

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