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Please tell me what this means: the patient's multiple symptoms are basically evoked in part from the central nervous system and in part from the peripheral nervous system with radiculopathic etiologies, both preoperative and postoperative in nature
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This means that some of the patient's symptoms originate from brain and spinal cord and some of them from small nerves all over the body and they are both from before and after the operation.

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Customer reply replied 4 months ago
Is the statement correct? All of my symptoms have been related to the AVM from day one.
Customer reply replied 3 months ago
Does serious sanguinous drainage ion the surgery incision indicate a problem with healing or a possible infection?

Serius drainage can be normal and means drainage of collected blood from the incision site. If it becomes thick and pussy it means infection.

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