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Month: March 2013

Postoperative Cervical Haematoma Complicated by Ipsilateral Carotid Thrombosis and Aphasia After Anterior Cervical Fusion: a Case Report

Scientific Paper Chin KR1, Seale J, Butron V, Cumming V. Interested medical professionals can read the full paper, as published in Case Reports in Medicine, here. ABSTRACT Hematoma alone is the most common vascular complication reported after anterior cervical decompression and fusion (ACDF). We present this case to report the occurrence of postoperative cervical hematoma complicated by ipsilateral carotid …

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“White Cord Syndrome” of Acute Tetraplegia After Anterior Cervical Decompression and Fusion for Chronic Spinal Cord Compression: a Case Report

Scientific Paper Chin KR1, Seale J, Cumming V. Interested medical professionals can read the full paper, as published in Case Reports in Orthopedics, here. ABSTRACT Paralysis is the most feared postoperative complication of ACDF and occurs most often due to an epidural hematoma. In the absence of a clear etiology, inadequate decompression or vascular insult such as ischemia/reperfusion …

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