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From: Risk factors of neurological deficit and pulmonary cement embolism after percutaneous vertebroplasty

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An 89-year-old female developed severe back pain and left-side lower limb motor weakness after T12 PVP using PMMA cement. Postoperative lateral (a) and CT (b) showing a type-C posterior leakage and cement leakage into the left spinal canal, which caused left-side lower limb weakness (c). The neurological deficit was fully recovered after immediate decompression surgery

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