Head tremor as a warning symptom of rapidly progressive syringomyelia: a case report
The term syringomyelia indicates different types of spinal cord defects frequently associated to Arnold-Chiari I malformation (CM1). Natural history of the disease is unpredictable with a wide clinical spectrum, ranging from complete absence of neurological symptoms to a progressively disabling syndrome. Spontaneous radiological remission has been observed.
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