myelopathy


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myelopathy

(ˌmaɪəˈlɒpəθɪ)
n, pl -pathies
1. (Medicine) a disease of or damage to the spinal cord
2. (Medicine) a disease of or damage to the bone marrow

my•e•lop•a•thy

(ˌmaɪ əˈlɒp ə θi)

n., pl. -thies.
any disorder of the spinal cord or of bone marrow.
my`e•lo•path′ic (-ləˈpæθ ɪk) adj.
Translations
myelopatie

my·e·lop·a·thy

n. mielopatía, cualquier condición patológica de la médula espinal o de la médula ósea.
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Enlarged laminectomy and lateral mass screw fixation for multilevel cervical degenerative myelopathy associated with kyphosis.
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In the literature, there are publications stating that solution injected into the subarachnoid space causes myelopathy, paralysis and loss of sphincter control (5-7).
15,16) When myelopathy is present, the pain tends to be chronic, (17) reducing functional capacity, (18,19) and increasing the likelihood of psychological symptoms.
Nakita was diagnosed with surfer's myelopathy, a rare condition affecting just 64 people worldwide.