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Popliteal artery injury, Fracture pelvis, Mild Lumbar canal stenosis. Suggest treatment?

Due to heavy accident in the Year 2007 i have faced the following injuries . . . 1. (Rt.) 2. (Lt. Sacral ala, Bil. Public rami, Lt.public bone) 3. L3 - L5 now Rt. Leg became very thin, i am unable to walk properly, and unable to stand. there is no sensation in my Rt.foot and all the fingers get folded i am unable to sense my fingers and foot and my seat musical also became thin and sense less . . . could please suggest me the Treatment
Asked On : Mon, 4 Jun 2012
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The injuries that you sustained do not fully explain all of you symptoms. In most patients who sustain the pelvic fractures that you describe you would expect a good recovery with maybe mild ongoing pelvic pain. The nerve injuries you describe in you lower back would give potentially permanent weakness and numbness in your leg and you would require and aid and maybe even a brace to help you walk. The injuries you describe however do not explain the problem with you hand and so I would suggest that you seek a further medical opinion regarding this from you family Dr.
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