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Paraparesis caused by intradural thoracic spinal granuloma secondary to organizing hematoma: illustrative case

John K. Yue, Young M. Lee, Daniel Quintana, Alexander A. Aabedi, Nishanth Krishnan, Thomas A. Wozny, John P. Andrews, and Michael C. Huang

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Safety and comparative efficacy of initiating low-molecular-weight heparin within 24 hours of injury or surgery for venous thromboembolism prophylaxis in patients with spinal cord injury: a prospective TRACK-SCI registry study

Austin Lui, Christine Park, Timothy Chryssikos, Hannah Radabaugh, Arati Patel, Alexander A. Aabedi, Adam R. Ferguson, Abel Torres Espin, Praveen V. Mummaneni, Sanjay S. Dhall, Xuan Duong-Fernandez, Rajiv Saigal, Austin Chou, Jonathan Pan, Vineeta Singh, Debra D. Hemmerle, Nikos Kyritsis, Jason F. Talbott, Lisa U. Pascual, J. Russell Huie, William D. Whetstone, Jacqueline C. Bresnahan, Michael S. Beattie, Philip R. Weinstein, Geoffrey T. Manley, and Anthony M. DiGiorgio

development of a subdural hematoma in the lumbosacral region, 1 was an interval development of an epidural hematoma in the cervical region, 2 patients developed hematuria (1 due to foley catheter placement and another due to cystine crystals in urine), and 2 patients had a gastrointestinal hemorrhage. There were 2 instances of hardware misplacement or failure, with both requiring return for revision surgery. No patients experienced wound dehiscence during hospitalization ( Table 6 ). Discussion The timing of chemoprophylaxis for acute SCI is an important clinical