Lost his leg movement

Patient, about seven years ago in a traffic accident have been injured. After this incident, the patient's legs from the waist down was involuntary and without sense. For first time, the patient’s surgery had been done from the neck in Afghanistan (Afghanistan’s doctors said, his neck pieces (spinal) is damaged), but this surgery have not been effective. The second time, almost after six years he was taken to Pakistan for treatment, But the Pakistan’s doctors have not done Surgery. They said that the spinal of patient is damaged from Waistline, but now it is too late for surgery. The first symptoms of the patient: 1. The legs were immobile and numb (no feeling and movement). The patient's current symptoms (recently seen): 1. Involuntary shaking. 2. Pain is felt (in the case of any brunt or thud). 3. The patient's legs are feeling the heat and cold. 4. Patient cannot move his legs. Patient needs for treatment consultancy.
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Dr. Rashmi T V Bangalore | General Physician
Hi Patients legs being paralysed secondary to trauma gaining sensation is definitely a good sign.... Kindly attach reports of investigation Done and details regarding diagnosis for your patient ... It would be easy to explain..... You will have to consult neurosurgeon for help....
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