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Subacute myelopathy caused by spinal venous infarction.
  1. C. E. Clarke,
  2. W. J. Cumming
  1. Department of Neurology, University Hospital of South Manchester, West Didsbury, UK.


    A 44 year old female presented with a subacute myelopathy in association with pelvic venous thrombosis. It is inferred from the temporal relationship of these events that the patient suffered a subacute spinal venous infarction. This is discussed along with the aetiology, anatomical distribution and management of the condition.

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