Transverse myelitis

What is Transverse myelitis?

Transverse myelitis is a neurological condition consisting of an inflammatory process of the spinal cord. The inflammation can cause axonal demyelination.

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Question, I have these little pinpoint red dots all over my body, some are raised and some are Flat. they are raised on my chest and back and flat...

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From your description they sound like Acneiform eruption . These...

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yes thank you. My husband a 43 y.o. male has been hospitalized a second time noe within the last 3 months. the first time they DX him with guillian...

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Hello Doctor, I have suffered from Transverse Myelitis in feb. this year. My only urinary system was affects and also bowel functions a little bit....

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Friend -always active - growth removed from spine 25 years ago. July this year, problems walking, escalated to now using walker to stand, drags...

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A friend has been experiencing increased tingling/twitching/ numbness only on the right side of her body - mostly in her arms & legs. An MRI of her...

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my normal gait when walking is pretty brisk. lately I seem light headed

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Dear sir
I have a problem called transverse myelitis
Can u help me in this??
Please revert me in detail about this.
I am on wheelchair now with one...

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