Clinically isolated acute transverse myelitis: prognostic features and incidence.

  title={Clinically isolated acute transverse myelitis: prognostic features and incidence.},
  author={John W Young and Stephen Quinn and Mike Hurrell and Bruce F. Taylor},
  journal={Multiple sclerosis},
  volume={15 11},
UNLABELLED Demyelinating acute transverse myelitis may be the first presentation of multiple sclerosis or remain a clinically isolated syndrome. North Canterbury, New Zealand provides a well circumscribed population to study acute transverse myelitis. OBJECTIVE to identify prognostic features, clinical outcomes and incidence of ATM in North Canterbury, New Zealand. All patients with acute transverse myelitis as a first neurological presentation diagnosed from January 2001 to December 2005 at… CONTINUE READING
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