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A M Pascual-Lozano, F Coret-Ferrer, B Casanova-Estruch
INTRODUCTION: Myelopathy is, frequently, the first manifestation of a multiple sclerosis (MS), being the acute transverse mielitis, partial or incomplete, the habitual clinical syndrome. Other sensitive symptoms with an origin in the spinal cord as 'steroanesthesia', 'pseudo-athetosis' or 'pseudo-radiculopathy' have been described as unusual form of presentation in MS, but not the 'pseudo-polyneuropathy', perhaps in relation with its rapid progression in an acute transverse mielitis or other sensory pattern...
December 1, 2004: Revista de Neurologia
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