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Anesthetic experience of Benedikt syndrome complicating lumbar spine involved multiple myeloma: A case report
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Benedikt syndrome is characterized by ipsilateral ophthalmoplegia with contralateral hemichorea due to a midbrain lesion. A 67-year-old male with Benedikt syndrome underwent corpectomy at L1 and anterolateral interbody fusion at T12-L2 due to pathologic bursting fracture at L1 involving multiple myeloma. He had a history of traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage and subdural hemorrhage 8 months before surgery. Magnetic resonance image of the brain revealed intracranial hemorrhage from thalamus to midbrain. Target controlled infusion with propofol and remifentanil were administered for anesthetic induction and maintenance and close hemodynamic and neurologic monitoring led to successful anesthetic management.
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Full text: Available Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Main subject: Spine / Thalamus / Brain / Aged / Humans / Male / Mesencephalon / Propofol / Ophthalmoplegia / Intracranial Hemorrhages Language: English Journal: Anesthesia and Pain Medicine Year: 2016 Type: Article

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Full text: Available Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Main subject: Spine / Thalamus / Brain / Aged / Humans / Male / Mesencephalon / Propofol / Ophthalmoplegia / Intracranial Hemorrhages Language: English Journal: Anesthesia and Pain Medicine Year: 2016 Type: Article