meningoradiculitis

meningoradiculitis

 [mĕ-ning″go-rah-dik″u-li´tis]
inflammation of the meninges and spinal nerve roots.

me·nin·go·ra·dic·u·li·tis

(mĕ-ning'gō-ra-dik'yū-lī'tis),
Inflammation of the meninges and roots of the nerves.

me·nin·go·ra·dic·u·li·tis

(mĕ-ning'gō-ră-dik'yū-lī'tis)
Inflammation of the meninges and roots of the nerves.

meningoradiculitis

inflammation of the meninges and spinal nerve roots.
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A luetic Cauda equina meningoradiculitis mimicking a central nervous system lymphoma.
Neurologic symptoms were classified into 4 categories: mononeuritis multiplex, PTS, meningoradiculitis, and acute inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy (Table 3).
PCR of all serum samples from all patients with meningoradiculitis showed HEV RNA.
The third neurologic entity we found was meningoradiculitis in 3 patients.
En el caso de las manifestaciones neurologicas se describen multiples presentaciones, entre ellas se han identificado: Paralisis facial o de otros pares craneales, meningitis, meningoradiculitis, y hasta radiculopatia, la cual es dolorosa, todas estos hallazgos se conocen como sindrome de Garin-Boujadoux-Bannwarth si ocurren en la fase aguda.
The patient was performed operation of bilateral extended interlaminectomy, facetectomy, meningoradiculitis, posterior spondylodesis with implants from porous titanium nickelide at the levels L4-L5, L5-S1 and transpedicular fixation.
The patient were performed bilateral extended laminectomy at the levels VL4-VL5, resection of the residual articular surfaces, decompression of the spinal channel, meningoradiculitis, posterior interbody stabilization with implants from porous titanium nickelide and installation of TPF system at levels VL4-VL5-VS1.
Suprascapular nerve paralysis due to streptococcal meningoradiculitis in a cow.
These included cases of encephalopathy, encephalitis, meningoencephalitis, acute disseminated encephalomyopathy, multiple sclerosis, meningoradiculitis, myelopathy, and cauda equina syndrome.
7) Symptoms attributable to CNS involvement and ischemia are common and varied, with sensory and motor deficits, meningoradiculitis, paresthesias, hypostenia, aphasia, dysarthria, hemiparesis, seizures, myoclonus, transient visual loss, vertigo, sensory neuropathy, and altered conscious state all being reported.
Eosinophil meningoradiculitis caused by Angiostrongylus cantonensis.
Fatal varicella-zoster virus meningoradiculitis without skin involvement.