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How is Cauda Equina Syndrome defined?
Cauda Equina Syndrome: Cauda Equina Syndrome (CES) is a neurological condition caused by the compression of a spinal nerve between two vertebrae. The most frequent compression occurs between the fourth and fifth vertebrae, sometimes known as L4-L5. The nerve involved is the cauda equina, which controls the lower torso and legs. Hence, CES results in difficulties with walking, balance, and bladder and bowel functions. CES is often brought on by a ruptured or herniated disk, but it may also be brought on by a tumor or a bone fracture. Often, symptoms develop gradually over time and include discomfort and weakness in the buttocks, back, and legs. If not addressed immediately, CES may cause irreversible harm. It may potentially result in cauda equina syndrome or a spinal cord damage. If you feel that you or a loved one have been harmed due to a medical error, contact an Indianapolis, Indiana Cauda Equina attorney. At Hoosier Injury Lawyers, we understand how painful and debilitating CES can be, and we have the expertise to assist you in pursuing compensation. We are aware of the severe consequences cauda equina syndrome may have on patients and their families. We are aware that this is a complicated injury, and that the symptoms are often not detected until it is too late. We also know that some people are misdiagnosed and never get the correct treatment for their ailment.
Do I have a claim for Cauda Equina Syndrome delayed diagnosis?
Do you know whether your physician made an error? If you have cauda equina syndrome, you can have a medical malpractice claim. It is normal for cauda equina syndrome to go undiagnosed until the severity of the symptoms. Sadly, the typical delay between the beginning of cauda equina syndrome and its diagnosis is around three months. Hence, if you have cauda equina syndrome, you will certainly face a significant financial burden owing to the lengthy wait. In addition, you will suffer from a variety of neurological abnormalities that may last for the remainder of your life. To pursue a claim for cauda equina syndrome delayed diagnosis, you must contact a Cauda Equina attorney with expertise in medical negligence cases. At Hoosier Injury Lawyers Indianapolis, our team of seasoned medical malpractice attorneys protects your legal rights.
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