Commentary - Journal of Orthopedic Surgery and Rehabilitation (2022) Volume 6, Issue 1
Pleomorphic sarcoma in the surgical treatment of traumatic spinal cord injury.
An extradural mass at the area of T13-L1 was recognized, as would be considered normal to associated with the fundamental complaint, moderate back member paresis. With the consent of the owner, a dorsal laminectomy was performed to wipe out the mass and enveloping tissues for the covering of the back extremity paresis. Hematoxylin and eosin staining and immunohistochemical evaluation uncovered the mass to be consistent with an undifferentiated (high-grade) pleomorphic sarcoma. The patient gave rehash of the back limb paresis, respiratory disquiet, and urinary incontinence. The owner declined treatment and the canine was euthanized. Fundamental metastasis was confirmed on after death tiny appraisal.Author(s): Vincent Song