Spinal cord herniation after brachial plexus injury

@article{Bamps2017SpinalCH,
  title={Spinal cord herniation after brachial plexus injury},
  author={Sven Bamps and Eric Put and T. Bruno and F. Calenbergh},
  journal={Surgical Neurology International},
  year={2017},
  volume={8}
}
Background: Spinal cord herniation (SCH) is an uncommon cause of myelopathy. Documented trauma is a rare cause, and most cases are idiopathic. One special type of trauma that may lead to SCH is a brachial plexus injury. We report a case of SCH with delayed neurological symptoms after a brachial plexus injury. We reviewed the literature and illustrated the closing technique as described by Batzdorf. Case Description: Following a motor vehicle accident, a 27-year-old male sustained a brachial… Expand
1 Citations