Cervical Spine Contusion Complicated by Intraspinal Subdural Hematoma and Brachial Plexus Injury: Report of a Case

貢獻的翻譯標題: 伴隨頸椎受傷後所產生的脊椎內硬膜下血腫: 病例報告

Chung-Po Ko, Tien-Jen Lin, Shin-Han Tsai, Wen-Ta Chiu

研究成果: 雜誌貢獻文章

摘要

一位25歲男性,在經歷一場機車的車禍後,立即產生了頸部疼痛,Horner's症候群以及單一肢體無力。這個病患從機車跌下後,撞到地面導致左臂過度伸展。頸部電腦斷層顯示從頸椎第二節到第七節的脊椎管內,有一個壓迫性腫塊。頸椎核磁共振縱切剖面的T1及T2影像,可以看出硬膜下出血已經明顯延伸至胸椎第十二節的地方。這一個案之所以特殊,主要是因爲病人並沒有產生任何有關於頸椎血腫所造成的神經學上的缺損。外傷引起頸椎硬膜下出血非常的罕見,目前在文獻上僅有兩例的個案報告。本篇報告建議若無顯著的神經學上缺損時,以保守性療法去處理外傷性頸椎硬膜下出血。
原文英語
頁(從 - 到)186-190
頁數5
期刊Formosan Journal of Surgery
43
發行號4
出版狀態已發佈 - 2010

指紋

Arm Injuries
Subdural Hematoma
Brachial Plexus
Contusions
Neurologic Manifestations
Hematoma
Motorcycles
Spine
Horner Syndrome
Head Protective Devices
Hemiplegia
Neck Pain
Accidents
Arm
Neck
Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
Hemorrhage
Safety
Wounds and Injuries

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