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Study design The aim of this study was to conduct a cauda equina syndrome. After CES, the aim of our investigation was to identify prognosis factors for successful functional recovery. The cauda equina has a neurologic impairment of variable signs such as synge, bowel, and sexual disorders with or without motor or sexual deficits resulting from nerve root compression. Cox proportional hazard regression models were developed for Univariate and multivariate cox proportional hazard regression models. Bilateral motor deficit and an initial deficit severity of 0 to 2 were two prognosis factors for poor motor recovery. Incontinence was first reported during poor bowel recovery, which was related to inadequate bowel recovery. Time to surgery within a reasonable timeframe 24 or 48 hours or later did not represent a prognosis factor of recovery in CES. Scale of Evidence: 4. Either early or later surgical cauda decompression did not appear to be a prognosis factor for functional recovery.
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