Tetraparesis due to exostotic osteochondroma at upper cervical cord in a patient with multiple exostoses–mental retardation syndrome (Langer–Giedion syndrome)

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Study design:Case report of a severe upper cervical cord compression and tetraparesis by a massive cervical exostotic osteochondroma in a patient with multiple exostoses–mental retardation syndrome (Langer–Giedion syndrome; LGS).Objective:To describe this very rare pathological condition and the results of surgical intervention.Setting:Gifu, Japan.Methods:A… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/sj.sc.3101690

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@article{Miyamoto2005TetraparesisDT, title={Tetraparesis due to exostotic osteochondroma at upper cervical cord in a patient with multiple exostoses–mental retardation syndrome (Langer–Giedion syndrome)}, author={K-i Miyamoto and Yasumichi Sakaguchi and Hideo Hosoe and Atsuyoshi Mori and Soji Yamazaki and S Hattori and Katsuyoshi Shimizu}, journal={Spinal Cord}, year={2005}, volume={43}, pages={190-194} }