An interlaminar epidural is an injection that can be used to target pain that radiates out from your spine along a specific nerve. For an interlaminar epidural, the needle is inserted into the rear of your spine, between the laminae that stick out at the back of your vertebrae. The injection is given into the epidural space that surrounds the root of the nerve. It contains a local anaesthetic for temporary pain relief and a steroid to reduce inflammation.
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