Sensory impairment in the hands secondary to spondylotic compression of the cervical spinal cord.

@article{Voskuhl1990SensoryII,
  title={Sensory impairment in the hands secondary to spondylotic compression of the cervical spinal cord.},
  author={Rhonda R. Voskuhl and R C Hinton},
  journal={Archives of neurology},
  year={1990},
  volume={47 3},
  pages={309-11}
}
In a 5-year period, 11 patients with spondylotic compression of the cervical spinal cord presented with a clinical picture dominated by glove-distribution sensory loss in the hands. Compressive lesions in each case were documented by myelography. The hand sensory loss was often global, and in some patients the involvement extended proximally as far as the… CONTINUE READING