Benign Giant Cell Tumor of Sacrum

  • Richard E. Thompson


The sciatic symptoms started in January 1983. I was terrified. Not of dying, not of physical pain, but of being incapacitated. As a traveling hospital consultant, I’m just as much in private practice as any “real” doctor. What if I had to take time off my busy schedule for an operation? What if the rehabilitation period stretched beyond a month or six weeks? What would happen to my family’s economic security while I got rid of this “slipped disc”?


Nerve Root Disc Displacement Nursing Unit Credential Committee Fleet Enema 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1988

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  • Richard E. Thompson

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