A Positive Lhermitte Sign did not Necessarily Indicate a Poor Outcome in an Ambulatory Patient Recovering from C4/5 Fracture
Lhermitte sign, a measure of spinal cord compression, was reported as a first sign heralding multiple sclerosis. It was not clear if a positive Lhermitte sign portends a poor outcome in a case of posttraumatic cervical spine fracture. Therefore, the purpose of this case report was to present the outcome of a recovering incomplete spinal cord injured (SCI) ambulatory patient who had a positive Lhermitte sign
Yung, E. (2010). A Positive Lhermitte Sign did not Necessarily Indicate a Poor Outcome in an Ambulatory Patient Recovering from C4/5 Fracture. Journal of Orthopaedic & Sport Physical Therapy, 40(1), A84.
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