Infectious Myelitis

@article{Mihai2012InfectiousM,
  title={Infectious Myelitis},
  author={Cornelia Mihai and B. Jubelt},
  journal={Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports},
  year={2012},
  volume={12},
  pages={633-641}
}
Infections are an uncommon but very important etiology of myelitis as a correct diagnosis would allow for timely treatment and recovery. The term “myelitis” is generally used to describe an inflammatory pathologic process affecting the spinal cord and causing an interruption of the ascending and descending pathways, and, therefore, partial or complete loss of function. The onset may be acute or subacute, and the etiology may be cumbersome to determine. This article will review the most recently… Expand
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