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Effect of infection, modic and inflammation on clinical outcomes in Radiculopathy (EIMICOR)
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Carmen Vleggeert-Lankamp
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Leiden University Medical Center, Department of Neurosurgery
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Geraldine Lafeber
Affiliations:
Leiden University Medical Center, Department of Neurosurgery
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Wilco Peul
Affiliations:
Leiden University Medical Center, Department of Neurosurgery
Sjoerd van Duinen
Affiliations:
Leiden University Medical Center, Department of Pathology
EANS Academy. Djuric N. 09/27/19; 281701
Mr. Niek Djuric
Mr. Niek Djuric

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In Disc herniations, Inflammation plays a major part in both the severity of radiculopathy and the regression of herniated disc. Recent findings have indicated that this inflammation response is not always sterile but may also be accompanied by the presence of bacteria. This study will explore whether the presence of these bacteria are due to an infections or contamination, and will assess how they may influence the inflammation profile and clinical outcomes.
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