Lower extremity paralysis after operative laparoscopy from conversion disorder. A case report.

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BACKGROUND Neurologic complications are rarely associated with laparoscopic procedures, and most nerve injuries are transient palsies. We present the first case of paraplegia following gynecologic laparoscopy. CASE A 34-year-old woman, gravida 2, para 0-1-1-0, with long-standing infertility, underwent an uncomplicated laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy for a… (More)

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@article{Berhane1998LowerEP, title={Lower extremity paralysis after operative laparoscopy from conversion disorder. A case report.}, author={Luwam Berhane and Robert J. Kurman and S. Smith}, journal={The Journal of reproductive medicine}, year={1998}, volume={43 9}, pages={831-5} }