Huy M. Do

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  • Brown-Sequard syndrome of the cervical spinal cord after chiropractic manipulation AMERICAN JOURNAL OF NEURORADIOLOGY Lipper, M. H., Goldstein, J. H., Do, H. M. 1998; 19 (7): 1349-1352


    We report a case of increased signal in the left hemicord at the C4 level on T2-weighted MR images after chiropractic manipulation, consistent with contusion. The patient displayed clinical features of Brown-Séquard syndrome, which stabilized with immobilization and steroids. Follow-up imaging showed decreased cord swelling with persistent increased signal. After physical therapy, the patient regained strength on the left side, with residual decreased sensation to pain involving the right arm.

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