C R Salamone

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Two patients had the initial complaint of fluctuating paraparesis, which was most evident at menstruation. One patient had a semimonthly fluctuating deficit. Spinal cord compression and ischemia, secondary to the vascular mass, were considered the most likely mechanisms. Blood levels of estrogen and progesterone during the menstrual cycle may have had a(More)
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