Definition of Syringomyelia

1. Noun. (medicine) A disorder in which a cyst or cavity forms within the spinal cord, possibly leading to stiffness or paralysis. ¹



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Definition of Syringomyelia

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Syringomyelia

syrens
syrette
syrettes
syringa
syringas
syringe
syringeal
syringed
syringelike
syringes
syringic acid
syringin
syringing
syringocoele
syringocoeles
syringomyelia (current term)
syringomyelias
syringomyelic
syringotome
syringotomes
syringotomies
syringotomy
syrinx
syrinxes
syrma
syrmas
syrphian
syrphians
syrphid
syrphids

Literary usage of Syringomyelia

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1. The Principles and Practice of Medicine: Designed for the Use of by William Osler (1912)
"syringomyelia must be distinguished from dilatation of the central ... The cavity of syringomyelia has a variable extent in tb# cord, sometimes running the ..."

2. The Principles and Practice of Medicine: Designed for the Use of by William Osler (1901)
"syringomyelia must be distinguished from dilatation of the central ... The cavity of syringomyelia has a variable extent in the cord, sometimes running the ..."

3. The Principles and Practice of Medicine: Designed for the Use of by William Osler (1909)
"syringomyelia must be distinguished from dilatation of the central ... The cavity of syringomyelia has a variable extent in the cord, sometimes running the ..."

4. Repressive Legislation of the Republic of South Africa by Elizabeth S. Landis, United Nations Unit on Apartheid (1903)
"The cavity of syringomyelia has a variable extent in the cord, sometimes running the entire length, but in many cases involving only the cervical and ..."

5. Diseases of the Skin by Richard Lightburn Sutton (1916)
"The legs are occasionally attacked, as well as the arms. Etiology and Pathology.—The exciting cause of syringomyelia is not known. ..."

6. The Principles and Practice of Dermatology by William Allen Pusey (1917)
"It may be remembered, however, that amputations may occur in leprosy, syringomyelia, and Raynaud's disease which resemble more or less closely those ..."

7. Monographic Medicine by Albion Walter Hewlett, Lewellys Franklin Barker, Milton Howard Fussell, Henry Leopold Elsner (1916)
"True syringomyelia may cause dilatations in any part of the cord besides the ... The course of syringomyelia is slowly progressive and characteristic. ..."

8. A Text-book of the practice of medicine by James Meschter Anders, John Herr Musser (1907)
"syringomyelia by the absence of sensory disturbances, trophic lesions of the skin and joints, ... (2) syringomyelia, a name given by Olliver to a ..."

9. The Principles and Practice of Medicine: Designed for the Use of by William Osler (1912)
"syringomyelia must be distinguished from dilatation of the central ... The cavity of syringomyelia has a variable extent in tb# cord, sometimes running the ..."

10. The Principles and Practice of Medicine: Designed for the Use of by William Osler (1901)
"syringomyelia must be distinguished from dilatation of the central ... The cavity of syringomyelia has a variable extent in the cord, sometimes running the ..."

11. The Principles and Practice of Medicine: Designed for the Use of by William Osler (1909)
"syringomyelia must be distinguished from dilatation of the central ... The cavity of syringomyelia has a variable extent in the cord, sometimes running the ..."

12. Repressive Legislation of the Republic of South Africa by Elizabeth S. Landis, United Nations Unit on Apartheid (1903)
"The cavity of syringomyelia has a variable extent in the cord, sometimes running the entire length, but in many cases involving only the cervical and ..."

13. Diseases of the Skin by Richard Lightburn Sutton (1916)
"The legs are occasionally attacked, as well as the arms. Etiology and Pathology.—The exciting cause of syringomyelia is not known. ..."

14. The Principles and Practice of Dermatology by William Allen Pusey (1917)
"It may be remembered, however, that amputations may occur in leprosy, syringomyelia, and Raynaud's disease which resemble more or less closely those ..."

15. Monographic Medicine by Albion Walter Hewlett, Lewellys Franklin Barker, Milton Howard Fussell, Henry Leopold Elsner (1916)
"True syringomyelia may cause dilatations in any part of the cord besides the ... The course of syringomyelia is slowly progressive and characteristic. ..."

16. A Text-book of the practice of medicine by James Meschter Anders, John Herr Musser (1907)
"syringomyelia by the absence of sensory disturbances, trophic lesions of the skin and joints, ... (2) syringomyelia, a name given by Olliver to a ..."

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