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Anterior decompression and stabilization of the spine as a treatment for vertebral body collapse and spinal cord compression from metastatic malignancy.
It is a common cause of spinal cord compression in endemic areas.
Surgery insight: current management of epidural spinal cord compression from metastatic spine disease.
1,7 The usual complaints in patients with cervical chordomas include neck pain, shoulder weakness, dysphagia, dysphonia and symptoms due to neck mass or spinal cord compression.
Spontaneous SEH should be routinely considered in patients who have symptoms of spinal cord compression without other clinical findings.
Spinal cord compression is the most common neurological complication of all MM subtypes and reported in 11 -24% of patients (8).
5m investment also included a review of chemotherapy services and a project to improve understanding and early identification and treatment of patients who developed metastatic spinal cord compression as a result of their cancer.
Imaging diagnosis--infiltrative lipoma causing spinal cord compression in a dog.
Metastatic epidural spinal cord compression (MESCC) was first reported by Spiller in 1925 [8].
Assessment and treatment of patients with malignant spinal cord compression.