Recurrent herpes zoster myelitis.


Recurrent zoster myelitis is quite rare. We present a previously healthy 27-year-old woman who developed recurrent attacks of myelopathy shortly after the characteristic skin rashes of herpes zoster. Magnetic resonance imaging studies demonstrated each lesion in the spinal cord at the same segments as the skin lesions. She had two attacks at opposite sites… (More)


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@article{Baik1997RecurrentHZ, title={Recurrent herpes zoster myelitis.}, author={Ji Sue Baik and W. C. Kim and J. H. Heo and H. Y. Zheng}, journal={Journal of Korean Medical Science}, year={1997}, volume={12}, pages={360 - 363} }