Publication Type:

Journal Article

Source:

Neurology India, Volume 59, Number 6, p.931-933 (2011)

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Keywords:

adult, Antigens, antineoplastic agent, bladder function, Bone Neoplasms, cancer chemotherapy, cancer radiotherapy, cancer size, cancer surgery, case report, cauda equina syndrome, CD, CD99 antigen, Cell Adhesion Molecules, chemoradiotherapy, contrast enhancement, Contrast Media, cytoplasm, Ewing, Ewing sarcoma, histopathology, human, human tissue, Humans, hypesthesia, immunohistochemistry, laminectomy, letter, limb weakness, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, male, motor performance, multimodality cancer therapy, neoplasm, nerve decompression, nuclear magnetic resonance imaging, periodic acid Schiff stain, Polyradiculopathy, postoperative care, reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction, Sarcoma, Spinal Cord, spinal root, spine cancer, urine retention, vertebra body, Young Adult

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Cite this Research Publication

R. Krishnakumar and Renjitkumar, J., “Acute cauda equina syndrome due to primary Ewing's sarcoma of the spine”, Neurology India, vol. 59, pp. 931-933, 2011.