Durchführbarkeit und Effizienz von ultraschallgezielten Injektionen ins Iliosakralgelenk bei Kindern mit Sakroilitis

Translated title of the contribution: Feasibility of Ultrasound-Guided Sacroiliac Joint Injections in Children Presenting with Sacroiliitis

A. S. Klauser, M. Sailer-Hoeck, M. M H Abdellah, Mihra Taljanovic, C. Siedentopf, T. Auer, J. Brunner, W. R. Jaschke

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Abstract

Purpose: To evaluate the feasibility and effectiveness of US-guided sacroiliac joint injection in the treatment of sacroiliitis in children. Materials and Methods: This study was approved by the institutional review board and informed oral and written consent was obtained from the patients and their parents. In 13 patients (7 females and 6 males), 9?–?16 years (mean +/– std 11.39?+/–1.98), 18 sacroiliac joint (SI joint) injections were performed under US guidance. All patients suffered from severe sacroiliitis. US scanning was performed using a linear-array transducer operating at 5?–?18?MHz. Rating of the patients pain using a 0?–?10 dolorimetry scale on a visual analog score (VAS) was recorded before, immediately after and 3 months after injection to monitor severity and therapeutic response. Results: Injection could be performed in all patients without complication and showed good response immediately and 3 months after the injection with a decrease of the VAS (from mean +/– std 9.44?+/– 1.097 to 3.89?+/– 3.82, p?<?0.001 and to 0.56?+/– 1.097, p?<?0.05, respectively). Conclusion: US-guided SI joint injection was feasible in all children, relatively quick and easy to perform and appeared effective in the treatment of children with sacroiliitis.

Original languageGerman
JournalUltraschall in der Medizin
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StateAccepted/In press - Jan 23 2015

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Sacroiliitis
Sacroiliac Joint
Injections
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Therapeutics
Parents
Pain

Keywords

  • inflammation
  • interventional procedures
  • pelvis
  • ultrasound

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging

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Durchführbarkeit und Effizienz von ultraschallgezielten Injektionen ins Iliosakralgelenk bei Kindern mit Sakroilitis. / Klauser, A. S.; Sailer-Hoeck, M.; Abdellah, M. M H; Taljanovic, Mihra; Siedentopf, C.; Auer, T.; Brunner, J.; Jaschke, W. R.

In: Ultraschall in der Medizin, 23.01.2015.

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Klauser, A. S. ; Sailer-Hoeck, M. ; Abdellah, M. M H ; Taljanovic, Mihra ; Siedentopf, C. ; Auer, T. ; Brunner, J. ; Jaschke, W. R. / Durchführbarkeit und Effizienz von ultraschallgezielten Injektionen ins Iliosakralgelenk bei Kindern mit Sakroilitis. In: Ultraschall in der Medizin. 2015.
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