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n. meningomielitis, infl. de la médula espinal y las membranas que la cubren.
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For example, in 1 Laotian patient, meningomyelitis developed, followed by subarachnoid hemorrhage (12).
Microscopy of the meninges, cerebellum, midbrain, pons, medulla, and cervical cord demonstrated extensive lymphocytic meningomyelitis and encephalitis, characterized by prominent neuronophagia in motor nuclei (Figure, B).
Systemic involvement of the central nervous system may be indicated by headache, visual changes (optic neuritis), cranial nerve paralysis or, very rarely, meningomyelitis with paraplegia.