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Surgical Management and Adjuvant Therapy for Patients With Neurological Deficits From Vertebral Hemangiomas: A Meta-Analysis.

椎体血管瘤神经功能缺损患者的手术处理和辅助治疗: 一项荟萃分析。

  • 影响因子:2.89
  • DOI:10.1097/BRS.0000000000003181
  • 作者列表:"Piper K","Zou L","Li D","Underberg D","Towner J","Chowdhry AK","Li YM
  • 发表时间:2020-01-15
Abstract

STUDY DESIGN:Meta-analysis. OBJECTIVE:To understand the benefits and limitations of surgical management and adjuvant therapies for patients presenting with neurological deficits from vertebral hemangiomas (VH). SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA:VH is the most common benign spine tumor but rarely causes symptoms. Patients with back pain alone are treated with conservative management (kyphoplasty and radiation therapy), while those with neurological deficits require complex multi-modal treatment plans. METHODS:A PubMed literature search for "symptomatic vertebral hemangioma with spinal cord compression" identified 47 articles. From these articles and their references, 19 observational studies on patients who underwent surgery for VH met inclusion criteria. Meta-analyses were performed comparing outcomes of the surgical and adjuvant therapies using Stata13 software. For those with insufficient data for meta-analyses, descriptive analyses of variables were completed. RESULTS:One hundred ninety seven surgical cases of VH with neurologic deficits were identified. Surgery provided a complete remission of symptoms in 84% of patients, however 18% of patients had recurrence of hemangioma. Adjuvant interventions included radiation, embolization, and kyphoplasty. Radiation therapy (XRT) was associated with a lower recurrence rate and an increase in minor transient adverse effects. Preoperative embolization performed in 98 patients was associated with improved symptoms, reduced complications, lower recurrence rate, less blood loss, and higher incidence of pathologic vertebral fractures. Meta-analyses did not yield statistically significant results, likely due to the heterogeneity amongst the studies and small sample sizes, but the results compiled together provide insight on potential benefits of preoperative embolization for symptomatic relief and reduced risk of recurrence with XRT that deserves further study. CONCLUSION:For patients with neurologic deficits from spinal cord or nerve root compression, surgery provides improvement in symptoms. Recurrence of VH and symptoms refractory to surgery can be further reduced by adjuvant therapies such as embolization, kyphoplasty, and radiation with some unique risks to each therapy. LEVEL OF EVIDENCE:2.

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研究设计: 荟萃分析。 目的: 了解椎体血管瘤 (VH) 神经功能缺损患者手术治疗和辅助治疗的益处和局限性。 背景资料概述: VH是最常见的良性脊柱肿瘤,但很少引起症状。单纯背痛患者采用保守治疗 (椎体后凸成形术和放射治疗),而神经功能缺损的患者需要复杂的多模态治疗计划。 方法: PubMed文献检索 “症状性椎体血管瘤伴脊髓压迫”,共检索出 47 篇文献。从这些文章及其参考文献中,19 项针对接受VH手术患者的观察性研究符合纳入标准。使用Stata13 软件进行Meta分析,比较手术和辅助治疗的结果。对于荟萃分析数据不足的人,完成了变量的描述性分析。 结果: 确定了 117 例伴有神经功能缺损的VH手术病例。手术使 84% 的患者症状完全缓解,但 18% 的患者血管瘤复发。辅助干预措施包括放射、栓塞和椎体后凸成形术。放射治疗 (XRT) 与较低的复发率和轻微的一过性不良反应增加相关。术前栓塞治疗 98 例,症状改善,并发症减少,复发率低,出血量少,病理性骨折发生率高。荟萃分析没有产生统计学显著的结果,可能是由于研究之间的异质性和样本量小,但汇总的结果提供了术前栓塞用于缓解症状和降低XRT复发风险的潜在益处,值得进一步研究。 结论: 对于脊髓或root压迫引起的神经功能缺损患者,手术可改善症状。栓塞、椎体后凸成形术和放疗等辅助治疗可以进一步减少VH的复发和手术难治性症状,每种治疗都有一些独特的风险。 证据级别: 2。

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