Tethered cord syndrome: Progressive symptomatology in adults. Case report: Symptoms, diagnosis, treatment

@article{Artmann1989TetheredCS,
  title={Tethered cord syndrome: Progressive symptomatology in adults. Case report: Symptoms, diagnosis, treatment},
  author={H. Artmann and Wolfgang Blank and Horst Fr{\"o}hlich and Axel Spring},
  journal={Neurosurgical Review},
  year={1989},
  volume={12},
  pages={173-175}
}
Medical history and symptoms of a 37 year old woman showing progressive conus syndrome for nine months after a symptomless interval of 20 years are reported. NMR, myelography, and computed tomographic myelography verify a filum terminale with a paramedian fixation at the level of the lumbosacral angel and a further fixation at the caudal end of the dural sac at the lower end of the sacrum. The operative findings and procedures are described. The importance of control by neuro-stimulation of the… CONTINUE READING

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