Differentiating Sarcoidosis from Neuromyelitis Optic in Patients with Transverse Myelitis

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Abstract

Based on a retrospective analysis of 71 patients with an neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder (n = 37) or sarcoidosis (n = 34), whose initial presentation was longitudinally extensive transverse myelitis (≥ 3 vertebral segments), the authors report clinical, radiologic, and laboratory findings that help distinguish one from the other.

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