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Nerve Entrapment to thighs following a Perineal Prostaectomy.

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  • Posted By: Geoff jeffery
  • January 10, 2007
  • 08:56 PM

I would be most interested to find out if any one has had a Radical Perineal Prostectomy whith the legs in the extended lithotmy postion,and subsequently developed a nerve entrapment known as Meralgia paresthitica,and was such possible nerve damage advised prior to the surgery

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  • I would be very interested to know if any person has experienced nerve entrapment syndrome with entapment of the lateral femoral cutanous nerve billateraly following a perineal prostectomy when the legs were placed in the extended lithotomy position. Also was such a possiblitity advised prior to surgery ,and how detailed was the counselling and consetting process.
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    • January 10, 2007
    • 09:04 PM
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