Spinal epidural hematoma progressing to Brown-Sequard syndrome: report of a case.

@article{Hancock1997SpinalEH,
  title={Spinal epidural hematoma progressing to Brown-Sequard syndrome: report of a case.},
  author={J Brian Hancock and Edward H. Field and R Gadam},
  journal={The Journal of emergency medicine},
  year={1997},
  volume={15 3},
  pages={309-12}
}
A 51-yr-old woman was transferred to the emergency department with nonspecific interscapular pain and a progressive right-sided hemiparesis. Physical examination and laboratory examination revealed moderate right-sided hemiparesis, with no other focal neurologic deficits. A computed axial tomography scan of the brain was negative. Emergency arteriography revealed bilateral highgrade fibromuscular dysplasia involving the origins of the left and right common carotid arteries. The patient was… CONTINUE READING

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