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The safety of both lumbar and cervical epidural steroid injections (ESI) and nerve blocks has been confirmed by multiple large studies ranging from 322 to 5,334 patients, with no permanent adverse procedure-related outcomes and a complication rate of <1% requiring additional treatment.
In 1984 Shulman et al & Catchlove and Braha published for cervical epidural steroid injections. (11,12)
Cervical epidural steroid injections in the management of cervical radiculitis: Interlaminar versus transforaminal.
There are also only a few studies regarding the complications of transforaminal cervical epidural steroid injections. Most of the reported incidents are case reports, and therefore the true incidence of these complications is not yet known.