vasculomyelinopathy

vas·cu·lo·my·e·li·nop·a·thy

(vas'kyū-lō-mī'ĕ-li-nop'ă-thē),
Small cerebral vessel vasculopathy with subsequent perivascular demyelination, presumably due to circulating immune complexes.

vas·cu·lo·my·e·li·nop·a·thy

(vas'kyū-lō-mī'ĕ-lin-op'ă-thē)
Small cerebral vessel vasculopathy with subsequent perivascular demyelination, presumably due to circulating immune complexes.
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The term vasculomyelinopathy was suggested by Charles Poser and colleagues in 1978.
4,11,14) It occurs as a consequence of hypergesic vasculomyelinopathy in the brain, contrary to the popular belief of there being a mechanical plugging of blood vessels by the parasites.