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neurological examination findings can be used to prioritize the most common differential diagnoses in cats with myelopathies. 3 However, none of these previous studies described central cord syndrome (CCS) in cats. Central cord syndrome is a clinical

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differential diagnosis. The term central cord syndrome (CCS) defines a clinical presentation in which patients show more severe paresis in the thoracic limbs (TLs) than pelvic limbs (PLs). In human medicine this condition causes greater weakness in the arms

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disproportionately affected thoracic limbs, compared with findings for the pelvic limbs, has been termed central cord syndrome. 1 Alternatively, a ventral midline extradural lesion that primarily impacts the gray matter and the medial axons of the white matter

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cord syndrome . Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2008 ; 89 : 1074 – 1082 . 10.1016/j.apmr.2007.10.041 28. Westerkam D , Saunders LL , Krause JS . Associations of spasticity and life satisfaction after spinal cord injury . Spinal Cord 2011 ; 49

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