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1. AIM Clinical Appropriateness Guidelines for Spine Surgery

, or hardware breakage) Progressive neck pain or deformity following prior posterior cervical decompressive laminectomy or laminoplasty Laminectomy may also be indicated for treatment of following conditions: ? Cordotomy ? Biopsy, excision, or evacuation and imaging suggests at least one of the following: o tumor or metastatic neoplasm o infectious process (for example, epidural abscess) o arteriovenous malformation o malignant or non-malignant mass. Cervical laminoplasty may be indicated for treatment (...) and section of dentate ligaments, with or without dural graft, cervical; 1 or 2 segments Copyright © 2019. AIM Specialty Health. All Rights Reserved. Spine Surgery 12 63182 Laminectomy and section of dentate ligaments, with or without dural graft, cervical; more than 2 segments 63185 Laminectomy with rhizotomy; 1 or 2 segments 63190 Laminectomy with rhizotomy; more than 2 segments 63191 Laminectomy with section of spinal accessory nerve 63194 Laminectomy with cordotomy, with section of 1 spinothalamic

2019 AIM Specialty Health

2. What processes decrease the risk of opioid toxicity following interventional procedures for uncontrolled pain in palliative care or cancer patients?

importance of registry studies. One example is the National Registry for Invasive Neuro-destructive Procedures in Cancer Pain, which is designed to track the role of cordotomy in the management of mesothelioma- related pain. Further registry studies may be appropriate in order to produce reliable data that could help address the subject of this review. Policy: There are no implications for policy due to the lack of evidence. Records identified through database searching (n = 355 ) Screening Included

2017 Palliative Care Evidence Review Service (PaCERS)

3. Management of Cancer Pain in Adult Patients: ESMO Clinical Practice Guidelines

techniques include nerve blocks, neurolytic blocks (including spinal neurolytic blocks and cordotomy) and intrathecal (i.t.) drug delivery (spinal or epidural) [158]. Patients refractory to all conventional strategies and/or with dose-limiting, analgesic- related side effects may achieve pain control with interventional techniques when used alone or, more frequently, in combin- ation with systemic therapy. Two prospective comparative trials between oral and spinal morphine have compared the analgesics (...) by a multidisciplinary team (MDT) with skill in this type of intervention. It is expected that it will be applicable in only a very small number of cases. Cordotomyforcancer-related pain Cordotomy for cancer-related pain has been described in the lit- erature from the early 1900s, initially as an open surgical tech- nique, but from the 1960s as a percutaneous technique. The technique has been further re?ned with the evolution of technol- ogy involving X-ray imaging facilities and radiofrequency machines, allowing

2018 European Society for Medical Oncology

4. Guidance on competencies for management of cancer pain in adults

stabilisation techniques (vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty), percutaneous cordotomy, neurostimulation and other highly specialised techniques used for management of cancer pain ? Describes the principles, practice and evidence for neurolytic blockade (including autonomic, peripheral, regional and spinal techniques) Attitudes and behaviours ? Effective communication with patients and families/carers ? Understands that carers are an important influence on pain outcomes for patients and their concerns and needs (...) systems, both peripheral and central, for the management of cancer pain (see competencies relating to Intrathecal Drug Delivery) ? Demonstrates the ability to deliver, where appropriate, some of the highly specialised treatments for the management of cancer pain, including but not exclusively, percutaneous cordotomy 8 1. Pain mechanisms and pain types a. Pathophysiology of somatic, visceral, neuropathic mechanisms b. Pain in a cancer patient can be caused by debility, cancer treatment, co- morbid

2016 Faculty of Pain Medicine

6. O-Arm Technology in Spinal, Neurological, Orthopedic, or Trauma Surgery Settings

pedicle screws using O-arm-based navigation: technical note on controlling the operational accuracy of the navigation system. Neurosurg Rev. 2013 Jan;36(1):157-62. PubMed: PM22956149 12. Collins KL, Patil PG. Flat-panel fluoroscopy O-arm-guided percutaneous radiofrequency cordotomy: a new technique for the treatment of unilateral cancer pain. Neurosurgery. 2013 Mar;72(1 Suppl Operative):27-34. PubMed: PM23037818 13. Coste C, Asloum Y, Marcheix PS, Dijoux P, Charissoux JL, Mabit C. Percutaneous

2013 Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health - Rapid Review

7. Guidance on competencies for management of cancer pain in adults

stabilisation techniques (vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty), percutaneous cordotomy, neurostimulation and other highly specialised techniques used for management of cancer pain • Describes the principles, practice and evidence for neurolytic blockade (including autonomic, peripheral, regional and spinal techniques) Attitudes and behaviours • Effective communication with patients and families/carers • Understands that carers are an important influence on pain outcomes for patients and their concerns and needs (...) systems, both peripheral and central, for the management of cancer pain (see competencies relating to Intrathecal Drug Delivery) • Demonstrates the ability to deliver, where appropriate, some of the highly specialised treatments for the management of cancer pain, including but not exclusively, percutaneous cordotomy 8 1. Pain mechanisms and pain types a. Pathophysiology of somatic, visceral, neuropathic mechanisms b. Pain in a cancer patient can be caused by debility, cancer treatment, co- morbid

2011 Royal College of Anaesthetists

9. Management of cancer pain. Volume 1. Volume 2: evidence tables

investigations were made into the side-effects of the different opioid analgesics, and the morbidity and mortality of cordotomy in treating cancer pain. Searching MEDLINE, Cancerlit and the Cochrane Controlled Trials Register were searched from 1966 to 1998 for English language studies; the search terms were listed. Additional searches were conducted by checking the bibliographies of meta-analyses and selected review articles, and by consulting technical experts. The MEDLINE search was updated to October (...) . There was insufficient evidence to determine the effectiveness of spinally administered opioids or other agents, or ablative neurosurgical therapies such as cordotomy or rhizotomy. No included trials investigated the efficacy of acupuncture. Authors' conclusions Many current treatment modalities can individually reduce cancer pain. However, the evidence represents only a fraction of that which exists, and many clinical questions remain unanswered and preclinical insights untranslated because of a lack of high

2001 DARE.

10. Management of cancer symptoms: pain, depression, and fatigue

evaluating reflexology or acupuncture. The use of neurolytic celiac plexus block was associated with pain relief in pancreatic and other visceral cancers. There was insufficient evidence to determine the effectiveness of spinally administered opioids or other agents, or ablative neurosurgical therapies such as cordotomy or rhizotomy. Cancer-related depression. Each included study that evaluated the effectiveness of an antidepressant, conforming to usual practice, for greater than 4 weeks demonstrated

2002 DARE.

12. Laser cordotomy versus radiotherapy: an objective cost analysis

Laser cordotomy versus radiotherapy: an objective cost analysis Laser cordotomy versus radiotherapy: an objective cost analysis Laser cordotomy versus radiotherapy: an objective cost analysis Brandenburg J H Record Status This is a critical abstract of an economic evaluation that meets the criteria for inclusion on NHS EED. Each abstract contains a brief summary of the methods, the results and conclusions followed by a detailed critical assessment on the reliability of the study (...) and the conclusions drawn. Health technology The use of endoscopic laser cordotomy and external beam irradiation (radiotherapy) for the treatment of early glottic carcinoma. Type of intervention Treatment. Economic study type Cost-effectiveness analysis. Study population The study population comprised a cohort of patients with early glottic cancer (T1N0). Patients with a diagnosis of carcinoma in situ, and those with any prior primary treatment of their glottic cancer elsewhere, were not included. Setting

2001 NHS Economic Evaluation Database.