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ACE Report #8886
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ISASS 2016: Mini-invasive SI joint fusion vs nonsurgical treatment of SI joint dysfunction

Study Type:Randomized Trial
OE Level Evidence:N/A
Journal Level of Evidence:N/A

Randomized Controlled Trial of Minimally Invasive Sacroiliac Joint Fusion Using Triangular Titanium Implants vs. Non-surgical Management for Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

Contributing Authors: W Polly D Cher K Wine P Whang C Frank H Lockstadt C Harvey J Sembrano

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This ACE Report is a summary of a conference presentation or abstract. The information provided has limited the ability to provide an accurate assessment of the risk of bias or the overall quality. Please interpret the results with caution as trials may be in progress and select results may have been presented.


148 patients diagnosed with sacroiliac joint dysfunction were randomized to either undergo minimally invasive (MIS) sacroiliac (SI) joint fusion, or to nonoperative treatment. The study was conducted in order to evaluate if minimally invasive operative management offered a significant benefit regarding clinical outcome when compared to nonoperative treatment. A greater success rate was reported in...

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