Poster 436 Hard to Swallow. Dysphagia Secondary to Cervical Spine Osteophytes: A Case Series.

@article{Crdova2016Poster4H,
  title={Poster 436 Hard to Swallow. Dysphagia Secondary to Cervical Spine Osteophytes: A Case Series.},
  author={Andrea T C{\'o}rdova and Sikha Guha and Grigory Syrkin and Nrupen Baxi},
  journal={PM & R : the journal of injury, function, and rehabilitation},
  year={2016},
  volume={8 9S},
  pages={S303}
}
Setting: Tertiary Care Hospital. Results: Clinical examination was consistent with anterior cord syndrome. The presence of hypotension and abrupt presentation were suggestive of a hypotensive etiology. Given the mid-thoracic localization and sparing of the posterior spinal column we surmised he experienced spinal cord infarction resulting from hypoperfusion… CONTINUE READING