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Spinal Cord Pathology: Introduction

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Spinal Cord Pathology: Introduction by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Spinal Cord Pathology. It contains the following chapters:

    • Spinal Cord Pathologies
    • Spinal Cord Transection: Symptoms
    • Brown-Sequard Syndrome
    • Central Cord Syndrome

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    1. Dorsal column dysfunction
    2. Red nucleus dysfunction
    3. Ventral column dysfunction
    4. Olivary nucleus dysfunction
    5. Transverse column dysfunction
    1. Flaccid paralysis and decreased reflexes
    2. Upper motor neuron signs below the level of the lesion
    3. Complete sensory less below the level of the lesion
    4. Bowel and bladder dysfunction
    5. Lower motor neuron signs at the level of the lesion
    1. Syringomelia
    2. Brown - Sequard syndrome
    3. Anterior spinal artery syndrome
    4. Spinal cord transection
    5. Tabes dorsalis
    1. Left side loss of pain
    2. Right side loss of pain
    3. Right side loss of temperature
    4. Left side joint sensation loss
    5. Bowel and bladder dysfunction is common
    1. Arnold Chiari malformations
    2. Budd-Chiari syndrome
    3. Polycystic adult kidney disease
    4. Brown - Sequard syndrome
    5. Anterior spinal cord syndrome
    1. Since the dorsal columns are not involved.
    2. Since the corticospinal tracts are not involved.
    3. Since the dorsal root and horn are not involved.
    4. Since the central canal is not involved.
    5. Since the lateral columns are not involved.

    Author of lecture Spinal Cord Pathology: Introduction

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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