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Charcot arthropathy of the shoulder joint as a presenting feature of basilar impression with syringomyelia: A case report and literature review.

Charcot arthropathy, also known as Neuropathic arthropathy (NA), is an unusual chronic degenerative disease. To date, there exists a paucity of research on NA caused by syringomyelia.

Subacute posttraumatic ascending myelopathy (SPAM): A potential complication of subarachnoid shunt for syringomyelia?

Treatment of primary spinal syringomyelia is still controversial. Among others, shunting syrinx fluid to the subarachnoid, peritoneal or pleural space has been utilized with varying success. Shunt obstruction, migration, and infection represent the most common complications of these procedures.

Comparison decompression by duraplasty or cerebellar tonsillectomy for Chiari malformation-I complicated with syringomyelia.

The current study aimed to assess the two surgical procedures of posterior fossa decompression (PDF) in treating Chiari malformation type I (CM-1) complicated by syringomyelia (SM), and to evaluate the postoperative complications, surgical effects and prognosis.

Posttubercular syringomyelia in HIV-infected patients: A report of 10 cases and literature review.

To describe the clinical presentation, spinal magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings and outcome of HIV-infected patients with tuberculosis (TB)-associated syringomyelia and to compare these findings between all HIV-infected and -uninfected cases published in the literature.

Prevalence of syringomyelia in clinically unaffected Cavalier King Charles Spaniels in Germany (2006-2016).

The aim of the study was to investigate the prevalence of syringomyelia in clinically unaffected Cavalier King Charles Spaniels (CKCS) in Germany.

Clinical manifestations and radiological characteristics in patients with idiopathic syringomyelia and scoliosis.

To clarify the clinical manifestation and radiological characteristics of idiopathic syringomyelia (IS) and to investigate the relationship between syrinx and scoliotic curves in IS-related scoliosis patients.

Spontaneous posterior shoulder dislocation as the first symptom of a Charcot arthropathy.

Neuroarthropathy or Charcot disease is a destructive joint pathology. Upper limb involvement is unusual and often due to syringomyelia. We reported a patient with spontaneous posterior right shoulder dislocation. Thereafter, she presented a quick joint destruction evoking a Charcot shoulder disease after excluding infectious and rheumatologic diseases. Explorations of this Charcot disease lead to the discovery and treatment of syringomyelia. A conservative management of her shoulder neuro-arthropathy has be...

Secondary sacral tethered cord syndrome after treatment of secondary cervical syringomyelia.

A female patient operated at the age of 11 on a pilocytic astrocytoma in the posterior fossa, was re-operated for a recurrence 9 years later. A Torkildsen drain was placed in the 4th ventricle and she remained asymptomatic for 15 years before presenting again with acute hydrocephalus, tonsillar herniation, and a massive cervicothoracic syrinx. The symptoms retreated following craniocervical untethering and decompression. Two weeks later, however, she suffered from debilitating radiculopathy provoked by ...

Comparison of dural peeling versus duraplasty for surgical treatment of Chiari type I malformation: results and complications in a monocentric patients' cohort.

Chiari malformation type I (CM-I) is featured by the downwards herniation of the cerebellar tonsils through the foramen magnum which can impede cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) circulation and may lead to syringomyelia. Usual symptoms in the condition are neck pain and posterior headaches at Valsalva maneuver. Different surgical procedures have been described for cranio-cervical decompression (CCD), without reaching a consensus about the best suited technique. The primary endpoint of this study was to compare effi...

Syrinx in the spinal cord in a mummified individual from West Thebes (Egypt).

We analyzed a total of 36 partial or complete mummies containing neural structures from Sharuna and Qarara (Middle Egypt) and Dra Abu-el Naga, West Thebes (Upper Egypt). Individual TT16 13.3-B06-Ind07 corresponded to a partial mummy from T2 to T11. At distal levels, it showed a structure compatible with the lower spinal cord (SC). Under magnification, the structure presented an absence of meningeal remains, and a butterfly-like sub-structure resembling the anterior and posterior horns of the grey matter of ...

Intracranial hypotension and hypertension: reversible Chiari malformation due to dynamic cerebrospinal fluid abnormalities in Gorham-Stout disease. Case report.

Gorham-Stout disease (GSD) is an intractable disease characterized by massive osteolysis caused by abnormal lymphangiogenesis in bone. In rare cases of GSD, CSF abnormalities develop. The authors present the case of a 19-year-old woman with GSD presenting with orthostatic headache due to intracranial hypotension (5 cm HO). The clinical course of this case was very unusual. Orthostatic headache was associated with a CSF leak from the thigh after pathological fractures of the femur and pelvis. The chronic CSF...

Microsurgical Resection of Spinal Cord Hemangioblastoma: 2-Dimensional Operative Video.

This video demonstrates microsurgical resection of spinal cord hemangioblastoma. Hemangioblastomas are rare, benign, highly vascularized tumors classified as grade I according to World Health Organization classification systems. About 3% of all intramedullary tumors are hemangioblastomas.1,2 Spinal cord hemangioblastomas are either sporadic3,4 or manifestations of von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) disease in 20% to 45% of patients.5,6 A 30-year-old male presented with sudden onset urinary incontinence. Magnetic res...

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