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Myelopathy of Unknown Etiology
Dear Doc,

Thanks for your answer. Since the EKG was clean and no sign of Lower motor neuron involvement.. This could be the rare 5% of Cervical MS you mentioned. However, wouldn't any lesion appear in the C-Spine on MRI? Not having ANY imaging abnormalities has made this dx very difficult.

What are your thoughts about PLS Primary Lateral Sclerosis or HSP Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia? Don't get me wrong, I am VERY grateful that I do not have ALS. But not having a dx is a total Mystery. I would love to hear any advice based on the symptoms explained on my other post.

Sincerely,

Sean


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