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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26680414/acute-tetraplegia-after-posterior-cervical-laminectomy-for-chronic-myelopathy
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Justin A Iorio, Andre M Jakoi, Franklin T Wetzel
Spinal cord injury (SCI) during revision surgery for persistent multilevel cervical myelopathy (MCM) after an initial anterior procedure is rare. However, the pathophysiology of MCM, even prior to surgery, is a risk-factor for neurological deterioration due to the development of a "sick cord", which reflects pathological changes in the spinal cord that lower the threshold for injury. We report a case of persistent MCM despite a three-level ACDF and corpectomy who developed an incomplete C6 tetraplegia during revision cervical laminectomy and posterior instrumentation...
November 2015: Surgical Technology International
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24051332/brown-s%C3%A3-quard-syndrome-after-a-gun-shot-wound-to-the-cervical-spine-a-case-report
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Dante Leven, Ali Sadr, William R Aibinder
BACKGROUND CONTEXT: Brown-Séquard syndrome is characterized by a hemisection of the spinal cord most commonly after spinal trauma or neoplastic disease. The injury causes ipsilateral hemiplegia and proprioceptive sensory disturbances with contralateral loss of pain and temperature sensation. Patients with Brown-Séquard syndrome have the best prognosis of all spinal cord injury patterns. At this time, the ideal management for Brown-Séquard syndrome after penetrating trauma has yet to be defined...
December 2013: Spine Journal: Official Journal of the North American Spine Society
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23420743/transient-paralysis-shortly-after-anterior-cervical-corpectomy-and-fusion
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Ji-dong Zhang, Qun Xia, Ning Ji, Yan-cheng Liu, Yue Han, Shang-long Ning
OBJECTIVE: To report three cases of transient paralysis shortly after (within 4 hours) anterior cervical corpectomy and fusion (ACCF), and investigate the possible causes. METHODS: Clinical and radiological data of three cases (two men and one woman, aged 41-61 years) were analyzed retrospectively. All three patients underwent ACCF for cervical spondylotic myelopathy. The decompressed segments were located in C(5) , C(6) and C(5) + C(6-7) discs, respectively. Paralysis occurred from 30 minutes to 4 hours after surgery...
February 2013: Orthopaedic Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/17537321/-surgical-strategy-for-severe-cervical-spine-dislocations
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Xin-wei Wang, Wen Yuan, De-yu Chen, Xiong-sheng Chen, Xu-hui Zhou, Xiao-jian Ye, Hua-jiang Chen, Zhu Han, Jian Kang
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the rate of open reduction and surgical strategy of severe cervical dislocation. METHODS: From March 2001 to March 2006, the data of 92 cases of cervical dislocation over 1/2 were retrospectively studied. Garden Well traction with 1 - 3 kg weight were performed before operation. The patients were performed with diskectomy and reduction with anterior approach initially, for those that can not be reduced, corpectomy were performed and reduction procedures were repeated...
March 15, 2007: Zhonghua Wai Ke za Zhi [Chinese Journal of Surgery]
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/15354230/-importance-of-early-operative-decompression-of-spinal-cord-after-cervical-spine-injuries
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Jerzy Hakało, Jerzy Wroński
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: There is no standard timing of the spinal cord decompression. Experimental animal models and clinical investigations on Methylprednisolone (NASCIS-2 and -3) indicate that the time up to 8 hours is the optimal therapeutic window for the early spinal cord decompression. We accepted this time window in our practice. A retrospective clinical evaluation of the early (up to 8 hours) operative decompression of the injured cervical spinal cord was undertaken. MATERIAL AND METHODS: The early operative decompression (range of 2-8 hours) of the cervical spinal cord was done in 32 patients (82% of operated cervical spinal cord injured patients)...
May 2004: Neurologia i Neurochirurgia Polska
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/14589491/anterior-cervical-corpectomy-and-strut-graft-fusion-using-a-different-method
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Chi-Chien Niu, Yong Hai, Bruce E Fredrickson, Hansen A Yuan
BACKGROUND CONTEXT: Strut graft fusion after corpectomy is frequently indicated for certain pathologies in the cervical spine. The "key-hole" technique and "dove-tail" technique are the popular methods used to insert the strut graft at present. Segmental collapse secondary to seating of the graft on cancellous bone and cord injury from placement or dislodgement the graft are our concerns. Our method was designed to solve these possible problems without affecting the arthrodesis. PURPOSE: To evaluate the results of this method that allows the graft to seat on both the hard end plate and cancellous bone of the upper and lower contacting vertebrae in a easy and safe way after varying levels of corpectomy in the cervical spine...
May 2002: Spine Journal: Official Journal of the North American Spine Society
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/11806394/traumatic-posterior-atlantooccipital-dislocation-with-jefferson-fracture-and-fracture-dislocation-of-c6-c7-a-case-report-with-survival
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J B Park, K Y Ha, H Chang
Atlantooccipital dislocation (AOD) is a rare and usually fatal injury. In the current study, the authors reported an extremely rare case of posterior AOD with Jefferson fracture and fracture-dislocation of C6-C7. The patient survived the injury and had only incomplete quadriplegia below the C7 segment with anterior cord syndrome. He was successfully managed with in situ occipitocervical fusion using the Cotrel-Dubousset rod system, corpectomy of C6, and anterior interbody fusion of C5-C7 with plating. To our knowledge, this is the first report of posterior AOD with two other non-contiguous cervical spine injuries...
December 2001: European Spine Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/10710147/acute-cervical-spinal-cord-injury-secondary-to-air-bag-deployment-without-proper-use-of-lap-or-shoulder-harnesses
#8
R A Hart, J C Mayberry, A M Herzberg
The authors present a case report of a patient with cervical central spinal cord syndrome caused by a hyperextension injury after a motor vehicle collision in which the air bag deployed in the absence of shoulder or lap belt harnesses. The potential for cervical spine and spinal cord hyperextension injuries in passengers positioned in front of air bags without proper use of shoulder or lap belt harnesses is discussed. Cervical central spinal cord quadriplegia occurred with cervical spondylosis and kyphosis that was managed by early three-level cervical corpectomy in a 58-year-old patient...
February 2000: Journal of Spinal Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/7855681/spinal-disorders-at-the-cervicothoracic-junction
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H S An, A Vaccaro, J M Cotler, S Lin
STUDY DESIGN: This study reviewed 36 retrospective patients who underwent surgeries for rare cervico-thoracic junctional problems. OBJECTIVES: The authors review cervico-thoracic junctional disorders and study diagnostic methods, surgical approaches, surgical outcomes, and associated complications. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA: The literature is sparse on cervico-thoracic junctional problems. This paper is the largest series to date on this subject...
November 15, 1994: Spine
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