myelitis


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Related to myelitis: myositis, Transverse myelitis
  • noun

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inflammation of the spinal cord

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In the United States, the outbreak of acute flaccid myelitis that began in the summer of 2014 affected 118 children (http://www.
She was also found to have a lesion in the spinal cord spanning over multiple vertebrae; this was consistent with longitudinal extensive transverse myelitis (Fig.
Thirteen out of the 76 patients had sequels: cerebrovascular disease (n = 4), transverse myelitis (n = 2), cognitive dysfunction (n = 2), psychosis (n = 1), delirium (n = 1), polyneuropathy (n = 1), movement disorder (n = 1), and seizure (n = 1).
I suffer from a serious neurological illness called transverse myelitis.
NMO is a chronic, inflammatory, demyelinating disease of the central nervous system characterised by severe attacks of optic neuritis and myelitis that spare the brain in the early stages.
After contracting transverse myelitis, which causes swelling in the spine, and suffering a stroke from a blood clot, Aron was paralyzed.
vivax infection in a patient who presented with reversible anterior spinal cord syndrome with MRI evidence of myelitis.
Infrequent neurological complications such as transverse myelitis (TM), encephalitis, radiculoneuritis may develop more frequently in immune-compromised patients.
Moderately and extremely obese girls were more likely to have transverse myelitis, or inflammation across the width of the spinal cord.
22) Acute transverse myelitis (ATM) is an idiopathic inflammatory disorder that affects the spinal cord in adolescents and young adults.
Her condition, transverse myelitis, means she cannot feel her legs.
Baker contracted transverse myelitis, an inflammation of the spine which affects the nerve endings, at 14 months.
Natasha contracted transverse myelitis, an inflammation of the spine which affects the nerve endings, at 14 months.
Central nervous system (CNS) complications which have been reported to be related to zona zoster infection include myelitis, aseptic meningitis, encephalitis and ventriculitis (2,3).