SPINAL CORD ANATOMY, LOCALIZATION, AND OVERVIEW OF SPINAL CORD SYNDROMES

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Abstract

ABSTRACT

Spinal cord syndromes are “unique” clinical presentations that localize lesions to the spinal cord by their pattern of anatomic dysfunction while implying their underlying etiology. Recognizing these patterns and their significance is best accomplished by relearning and appreciating the relevant anatomy and relationships, which are the major focus of this review. This clinical-anatomic background will provide the framework for the clinical topics that follow in this issue.

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