alexa An unmasked neurological pathology (schwannoma) following spinal anesthesia.
Anesthesiology

Anesthesiology

Journal of Anesthesia & Clinical Research

Author(s): Yagci B, Ozturk E, Celebi H, Gunaydin B, Kaymaz M

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Abstract A neurological deficit occurred following spinal anaesthesia that unmasked a relatively important neurological pathology. Spinal anesthesia was performed between L3 and L4 by midline approach at the first attempt. Postoperative clinical examination of the patient showed sensory loss below the T5 segment. Whenever new neurological signs are seen after regional anesthesia, further investigations should be done immediately for differential diagnosis. - ÖZET - Spinal anestezi sonrası gelişen oldukça önemli bir nörolojik patolojiyi kapsayan olgu sunuldu. Spinal anestezi ilk girişimde L3-4 arasından orta hattan gerçekleştirildi. Postoperatif klinik muayenesinde T5 segmentinin altında duyusal kayıp tespit edildi. Rejyonel anestezi sonrası ne zaman yeni nörolojik bulgular gözlenirse ayırıcı tanı için hemen ileri tetkikler yapılmalıdır.
This article was published in Neuroradiol J and referenced in Journal of Anesthesia & Clinical Research

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