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If your institution subscribes to this resource, and you don't have a MyAccess Profile, please contact your library's reference desk for information on how to gain access to this resource from off-campus. Please consult the latest official manual style if you have any questions regarding the format accuracy. Diseases of the nervous system may be confined to the spinal cord where they produce a number of distinctive syndromes. These relate to the special anatomic features of the cord, such as its prominent function in sensorimotor conduction and relatively primitive reflex activity; its long, cylindrical shape; its small cross-sectional size; the peripheral location of myelinated fibers next to the pia; the special arrangement of its blood vessels; and its intimate relationship to the vertebral column. Woolsey and Young estimated that approximately 30 diseases are known to affect the spinal cord, of which half are seen with regularity. These processes express themselves in a number of readily recognized ways and, as will be evident, certain diseases preferentially produce special syndromes. This syndromic grouping of the spinal cord disorders, which is in keeping with the general plan of this book, greatly facilitates clinical diagnosis.
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Correspondence Address : Dr. From its initial description, encephalitis lethargica EL challenged the existing understanding of neurology, psychiatry, neurophysiology, and neuropathology in multiple areas, including disease classification, states of alertness, the phenomenology of sleep and consciousness, the voluntary and involuntary control of thought and movement, and the neural underpinnings of emotional and behavioral phenomena which in turn had important legal ramifications in assessing criminal culpability , not to mention the interrelationship of neural and endocrine systems. This paper reviews the phenomenology of EL, highlighting some of the puzzles it generated by demonstrating that abstract notions of consciousness, sleep, thought, volition, and will were in fact intimately connected to brain function in regions not formerly suspected of subserving such roles. Users Online The centennial lesson of encephalitis lethargica.