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Spinal cord schwannoma

Spinal schwannoma originates from the dorsal spinal nerve root. When it grows towards the heart, it can also produce subpial infiltration. Brachial plexus or lumbar plexus neurofibromas can invade and grow into the central dura mater along multiple nerve roots. Paravertebral Schwann cell tumors are usually located outside the dura mater when they expand into the spinal canal. About 2.5% of intradural spinal schwannomas are malignant.

Symptoms

Spinal cord injury

Spinal radiculopathy

Secondary adhesive arachnoiditis

California encephalitis

Spinal muscular atrophy

Stiff person syndrome

Spinal syphilis

Spinal vascular disease

Tuberculous myelitis

Sympathetic chain syndrome

Tuberous sclerosis

Progressive spinal muscular atrophy

Spasm

Abstinence syndrome

Progressive hemifacial atrophy

Alcoholic brain atrophy

Staphylococcus aureus meningitis

Alcoholic amblyopia

Tendon tumor

Progressive lipodystrophy

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