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Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society 1982;11(3): 347-351.
A Case of Spontaneous Hematomyelia.
Sung Gyun Park, Keun Bae Rha, Chul Koo Jung, Tae Hoon Cho, Un Sung Choi
Department of Neurosurgery, Capital Armed Forces General Hospital, Seoul, Korea.
This is a report of 23 year old soldier who developed sudden onset of flaccid paraplegia and loss of all sensory modalited below the level of T4. The clinical entities of hematomyelia were sudden onset of pain, repidly developing pyramidal signs and paraplegia. The mainly involving sites of this disease were cervical and thoracic regions. The causative factors were hemorrhagic diasthesis, vascular malformation and inflammatory process as well as trauma and neoplasms affecting the spinal cord. We experienced a case of hematomyelia which did not combine with vascular anomaly, inflammatory process, hemophilia or trauma history.
Key Words: Hematomyelia; Vascular malformation; Vascular neoplasm; Hemophilia
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