Paraplegia after spinal anesthesia secondary to hematoma formation has been described. Many such reports have involved patients with a variety of coagulation disorders. This article describes a patient with clotting abnormalities, apparently due to chronic renal failure, who developed paraplegia after spinal anesthesia secondary to subarachnoid hematoma formation.
- Spinal anesthesia
- subarachnoid hematoma
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