Published in Pain and Central Nervous System Week, December 24th, 2007
"The mechanism by which scoliosis develops secondary to syringomyelia remains unclear. Some authors hypothesize that scoliosis may be caused by an alteration in the innervation of the trunk musculature. Few studies, however, have been reported to testify the presence of denervation of the paraspinal muscles in scoliotic patients with...
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