Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Any disease of the spinal cord.

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  • noun A disorder in which the tissue of the spinal cord is diseased or damaged.
  • noun A disturbance or disease of the spinal cord.

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Examples

  • Spinal cord injury is otherwise called 'myelopathy'.

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  • There I cause myelopathy or even tropical spastic paraparesis.

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  • There I cause myelopathy or even tropical spastic paraparesis.

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  • Last month, Bob and I had our Canaan dogs tested for a landmark study to determine how widespread a genetic disorder called degenerative myelopathy is in this otherwise genetically-clean breed.

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  • Last month, Bob and I had our Canaan dogs tested for a landmark study to determine how widespread a genetic disorder called degenerative myelopathy is in this otherwise genetically-clean breed.

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  • Last month, Bob and I had our Canaan dogs tested for a landmark study to determine how widespread a genetic disorder called degenerative myelopathy is in this otherwise genetically-clean breed.

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  • Because degenerative myelopathy is a demyelinating disease, or one that destroys the myelin sheath around each nerve, it has a poor prognosis.

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  • The first one diagnosed severe arthritis; the second one agreed but switched the seizure medication; the third one diagnosed probable degenerative myelopathy, a nerve disease similar to multiple sclerosis in people, which is common in shepherds.

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  • Because degenerative myelopathy is a demyelinating disease, or one that destroys the myelin sheath around each nerve, it has a poor prognosis.

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  • The first one diagnosed severe arthritis; the second one agreed but switched the seizure medication; the third one diagnosed probable degenerative myelopathy, a nerve disease similar to multiple sclerosis in people, which is common in shepherds.

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