Case Report

Extensive Leptomeningeal and Intraparenchymatous Spinal Cord Neurosarcoidosis

Authors: AMILCAR A. CASTELLANO-SANCHEZ, MD

Abstract

This case of neurosarcoidosis of the spinal cord involved several meningeal areas and spinal cord levels. It appears to be the tenth autopsy-documented case of neurosarcoidosis of the spinal cord, though the patient had more extensive spinal cord disease than has been previously reported.

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