Myoclonus following spinal anaesthesia - case report of a ra
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Abstract :
Myoclonus is sudden development of involuntary, repetitive, irregular contractions of a group of muscles. Spinal tumours, infections, vascular lesions can result in spinal myoclonus. It can also be triggered by drugs used in spinal anaesthesia, placement of a subarachnoid catheter and use of contrast. Reports of myoclonus following spinal anesthesia in adults are extremely rare. We encountered a case of myoclonus following spinal anaesthesia which was successfully managed......

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