25 year old male , no h/o trauma presented with sudden onset loss of sensations in b/l lower limbs and unable to move b/l lower limbs . no h/o fever , no neck rigidity .

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Treated with steroid on day 1 . But sir there is no h/o trauma or fever Wht might be the cause ?
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MRI spine shows cord compression at C6 C7 level Consider emergency laminectomy

Decompression done today patients symptoms improved significantly
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MRI SPINE did nt show whole spine screening, even though there is an ivdp at c6c7, ur telling lowering involved only, . For further conclusion provide the whole spine screening images. And MRI brain.

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