2018
DOI: 10.12659/ajcr.908793
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Abstract: Patient: Female, 42Final Diagnosis: Cauda Equina syndrome due to extensive DVTSymptoms: Back pain • incontinence • swelling legs • weakness of the lower limbsMedication: —Clinical Procedure: —Specialty: NeurologyObjective:Rare diseaseBackground:Epidural venous plexus (EVP) engorgement occurs due to many conditions, so it can be easily misdiagnosed. This becomes problematic when the diagnosis requires prompt treatment for a good outcome, especially when it results in cauda equina syndrome (CES). We report a cas… Show more

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