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Foot Drop-A Rare Complicationof Sub Arachnoid Block - A Case Report
Neurological complications for central neuraxial blocks are less common. At the time of spinal anaesthesia, if the patient complains of pain or paraesthesia, watch these cases postoperatively carefully for any neurological deficit.
Foot Drop, Spinal Anesthesia, Paresthesia, Polyradiculopathy.
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