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Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society 1989;18(4): 649-653.
Paraplegia Complicated by Laminectomies for Spinal Stenosis: Case Report.
Young Ku Chong, Hung Seob Chung, Hoon Gab Lee, Ki Chan Lee, Jung Wba Chu
Department of Neurosurgery, College of Medicine, Korea University, Seoul, Korea.
Lumbar spinal stenosis occur most frequently in males of middle age or older. Spinal AVM occursfrequently in these patients. A patient is described who presented with clinical histories and myelographic findings compatible with spinal stenosis. Neurological decline was found to have a spinal AVM. Clinical symptoms of spinal spondylosis and spinal AVM and a hypothesis related to hemodynamic consequence of venous hypertension is reviewed.
Key Words: Spinal spondylosis; Spinal AVM; Claudication; Paraplegia; Laminectomy
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