Spinal Arachnoiditis: The Postoperative Variety in Particular

@article{Benner1978SpinalAT,
  title={Spinal Arachnoiditis: The Postoperative Variety in Particular},
  author={B. Benner and G. Ehni},
  journal={Spine},
  year={1978},
  volume={3},
  pages={40-44}
}
The diagnostic and therapeutic courses of 68 patients with the discharge diagnosis of spinal arachnoiditis were reviewed. The combination of oil myelography and spinal surgery was the probable cause of arachnoiditis in almost all cases. The clinical presentation featured leg pain (90%), low-back pain (80%), and sphincter disturbance (25%). Motor, sensory, and reflex changes were present in two thirds of the cases, with a majority having defects attributable to bilateral or multiple root level… Expand
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