Spinal Cord Injury Any Time In Your Past? What You Need To Know About Syringomyelia

4 June 2018
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The National Institutes of Health published a review that says more than one-quarter of patients with spinal cord injuries develop syringomyelia, many of whom suffer neurological deficits that are progressive. In another publication, a study showed that progressive symptoms of post-traumatic syringomyelia can develop as soon as three months to as late as 32 years after a trauma to the spinal cord. Here's what you need to know if you have every had—or may have had—a spinal cord injury. Read More