Chronic spinal epidural hematoma in hemophilia A in a child
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A case of chronic spinal epidural hematoma in a thirteen-year-old male, subsequently found to have hemophilia A is reported. Following myelography, surgery was undertaken with clotting factor replacement with relief of cord compression. The patient made an uneventful recovery.
Key wordsSpine Epidural hematoma Myelogram Hemophilia Factor VIII
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