Spinal Cord Compression
Overview of spinal cord compression including pathophysiogy, symptoms, diagnosis, and management. To learn more about spinal cord compression, visit learnoncology.ca.
Spinal Cord Compression medical emergency, causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment
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“Spinal cord compression more specifically metastatic spinal cord compression (MSCC) is one of the ominous causes of back pain where there is a compression of the thecal sac and its components by tumour mass. Spinal cord compression develops in approximately 2.5% of patients with metastatic cancer and maybe the first presentation of someone with the cancer. Metastatic cancer of course originates from a primary tumour be it the lung or breast cancer. These cancer can metastasis into the spine.
Metastatic tumours in the osseous vertebral column account for 85% of cases of spinal cord compresssion. As tumour grows in the epidural space, it generally takes the path of least resistance and encircles and compresses the thecal sac. As the epidural venous plexus becomes obstructed, vasogenic edema may develop in the white matter and eventually the gray matter of the spinal cord, culminating in spinal cord infarction.”
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Spinal Cord Compression
Spinal cord compression happens when pressure is placed on the spine. This may cause numbness, weakness, coordination problems, & pain in other areas of the body. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/SpinePain
Some of the most common causes of spinal cord compression include osteoarthritis, inflammation from diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, and injuries from auto accidents and sports.
Treatment will vary depending on the cause of the compression and its severity. Spinal compression can happen to anyone, but there are ways to help keep your spine strong. Maintaining a good posture and getting regular exercise can help strengthen your back muscles.
Metastatic spinal cord compression
Metastatic spinal cord compression (MSCC) is an oncological emergency that describes when tumours (usually having spread from another part of the body) grow in the spinal column and compress the spinal cord.
This video describes the effects in terms of symptoms and signs of MSCC, which cancers it is most commonly associated with, diagnosis and management.
Thoracoscopic transdiaphragmatic approach to treat metastatic spinal cord compression
“Thoracoscopic transdiaphragmatic approach to treat metastatic spinal cord compression”
Meic H. Schmidt, MD
Department of Neurosurgery, Clinical Neurosciences Center, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
The management of metastatic spine disease is complex, but usually involves radiation therapy and/or surgical treatment. Surgery followed by radiation has a significant role in select patients presenting with metastatic spinal cord compression. This video illustrates a thoracoscopic transdiaphragmatic approach for symptomatic L1 metastatic spinal cord compression. The stepbystep technique illustrates operative nuances and surgical pearls to safely perform this approach in a patient with thoracolumbar L1 metastatic spinal cord compression.
Spinal Cord Compression Causes, Symptoms & Treatments : BasicSpine.com
Spinal Cord Compression occurs as it goes through the spinal canal. Spinal Decompression Therapy is non surgical way to relieve pain. Newport Beach & Orange County Spine Doctors explain.
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Spinal Compression can be caused by herniated discs and caused by trauma, cancer or compression lesions.
Symptoms include myelopathy which can result in hyper active reflexes and incontinence. Treatments include minimally invasive surgery.
Spinal Cord Compression & The Brain
The University of Western Ontario’s Rob Bartha, Dr. Neil Duggal and PhD student Izabela Kowalcyk discuss new research which identifies changes in the brain in patients with spinal cord compression.
Spinal Cord Compression
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Oncologic Emergencies: Spinal Cord Compression
A brief introduction to the pathophysiology of spinal cord compression.
Spinal Cord Compression | MedStudy Oncology 2017 Internal Medicine Preview
Dr. Rishi Sawhney discusses how to spot the signs of an oncologic emergency, and the actions needed to take to diagnose and treat it.
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