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93 Possible Causes for Fecal Incontinence, Scoliosis, Syringomyelia

  • Syringomyelia

    Unsteady gait, muscle atrophy, spasticity, urinary or fecal incontinence, or male impotence may also be described. 5,8 Physical examination The classical description of loss[] […] deficit and the size of the major curve of the scoliosis.[] Syringobulbia Syringomyelia at NINDS Mayo Clinic's page Washington University School of Medicine: Syringomyelia American Syringomyelia & Chiari Alliance Project at[]

  • Herniated Disc

    His most important field of interest is spinal surgery, ie the treatment of cervical, dorsal and lumbar spinal disorders (eg, disk hernia, scoliosis, vertebral stenosis, vertebral[] When the pelvis is in an oblique position or the patient suffers from scoliosis, the weight cannot be distributed across the entire surface and only rests on certain parts[] Hip problems Joint deterioration Knee problems Muscle sprain and tendon injuries Nerve and neuromuscular problems Orthopaedic-related diabetes complications Osteoporosis Scoliosis[]

  • Spinal Cord Lesion

    The most important factors are the spasm, decubitus nature, insufficient motivation, deformity, urinary and fecal incontinence.[] scoliosis before bracing.[] Chopin D, Redondo A, Plais PY (1989) Scoliosis and syringomyelia (abstract).[]

  • Paraplegia

    Impotence and various degrees of urinary and fecal incontinence are very common in those affected.[] Scoliosis (abnormal spinal curvature) and a highly-arched foot (pes cavus) sometimes occur. Many adults lose mobility and are confined to a wheelchair.[] He developed syringomyelia 1 yr postoperatively and was re-operated on twice in the following years.[]

  • Tethered Cord Syndrome

    A hyperactive rectum was considered to be a major contributing factor to fecal incontinence.[] At the time of untethering, scoliosis 40 degrees was associated with a 32% incidence of progression, whereas scoliosis 40 degrees was associated with a 75% incidence of progression[] OBJECT: Spinal cordectomy has recently become more important in the treatment of end-stage posttraumatic or postoperative syringomyelia and arachnopathy as a last resort to[]

  • Arnold Chiari Malformation

    Adults may also have nausea that is not exacerbated by head movements; incontinence (urinary first, fecal later if condition remains untreated) indicates significant destruction[] Common associated radiological problems included syringomyelia (60%), scoliosis (25%), and basilarinvagination (12%), increased cervical lordosis 5 (8.5%), and Klippel Feil[] Examination of the spinal cord by MRI confirmed Arnold-Chiari malformation associated with syringomyelia.[]

  • Spinal Cord Injury

    The lack of function results in fecal incontinence, chronic constipation, or both.[] Abstract The authors report a case of unilateral loss of intraoperative transcranial electrical motor evoked potentials (TES MEP) associated with a spinal cord injury during scoliosis[] The most important factors are the spasm, decubitus nature, insufficient motivation, deformity, urinary and fecal incontinence.[]

  • Spinal Cord Infarction

    When the arteria radicularis magna is affected the patient progresses to fecal and urinary incontinence, as well as motor deficit [ 9 ].[] […] with arms and legs muscles paralysis (paraplegia, quadriplegia) Sacroiliac joint osteoarthritis Sacroiliac joint pain (sacroiliac joint dysfunction syndrome) Sacrum pain Scoliosis[] […] disorders of brain G93.9 Disorder of brain, unspecified G94 Other disorders of brain in diseases classified elsewhere G95 Other and unspecified diseases of spinal cord G95.0 Syringomyelia[]

  • Diastematomyelia

    incontinence or increasing enuresis.[] Prior to surgery, any patient with scoliosis and with congenital anomalies of the spine should have myelography.[] On postoperative MRI scans syringomyelia remained unchanged in all eight patients.[]

  • Meningomyelocele

    BACKGROUND: Children with meningomyelocele (MMC) commonly present with urinary and fecal incontinence.[] A young boy presented with a cystic swelling over left gluteal region with lumbosacral scoliosis.[] A rare lesion called myelocystocele is a variant of spina bifida cystica and is associated with syringomyelia, Chiari type 2 malformation and hydrocephalus.[]

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