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    SPINAL TUBERCULOSIS / POTS' DISEASE- CASE-PRESENTATION-  At-Shaheed-Suhrawardy-Medical-College-Hospital-Dhaka-Bangladesh- SPINAL TUBERCULOSIS / POTS' DISEASE- CASE-PRESENTATION- At-Shaheed-Suhrawardy-Medical-College-Hospital-Dhaka-Bangladesh- Presentation Transcript

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    • Prepared By-Dr. Md Nazrul IslamMBBS, M . sc. (B M E).
    • PARTICULARS OF THE PATIENT
    • General Examination ( Continues)
    • SYSTEMIC EXAMINATION(Continues)
    • SYSTEMIC EXAMINATION(Continues)
    • SYSTEMIC EXAMINATION(Continues)
    • GENERAL
    • Indication for operation• Conservative Management failure.• Progressive Neurological deficit.• Persistent neurological deficit.• Progressive enlargement of abscess.• Decompression of large abscess.
    • Types of Surgery-Drainage of abscess.Decompression and scraping of infected lesion.Decompression with bone graft.In presence of deformity- Correction ofdeformity and stabilization by internal fixationand fusion.
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