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Microendoscopic discectomy for lumbar disc herniation has been shown to be as effective as traditional microdiscectomy or open discectomy in terms of clinical outcomes such as pain relief, and it is less invasive.
Nevertheless, the reoperation rate for microendoscopic discectomy compared with microdiscectomy or open discectomy remains unclear, possibly due to difficulties in conducting follow-up of sufficient duration and in obtaining information about reoperation in other facilities.
(1) What is the rate of reoperation after microendoscopic discectomy for primary lumbar disc herniation on a large scale at a median of 4 years postoperatively? (2) Is there any difference in revision rate at a median of 4 years and within 90 days postoperatively based on surgical method?