Any functional or pathologic disturbance in the spinal cord.
Any functional or pathological disturbance or change in the spinal cord.
General term for any degenerative disorder affecting the spinal cord.
A disorder in which the tissue of the spinal cord is diseased or damaged.
a general term denoting functional disturbances and or pathological changes in the spinal cord
condition of the spinal cord, usually causing neurologic symptoms and findings.
symptoms related to spinal cord compression; typically involves both arms and/or legs including pain, weakness, and coordination. May also affect bowel/bladder control.
spinal cord dysfunction usually caused by compression. Signs include hyperreflexia (heightened reflexes), balance difficulties, dropping items and lack of coordination, and bowel and bladder dysfunction.
Spinal cord disorder which commonly causes weakness in the lower extremities, and spasticity in theupper extremities, which may be the consequence of spinal stenosis, particularly in the cervical spine, or an injury to the spinal cord.
any disease affecting the spinal cord.
Any disease of the spinal cord.