The causal role of spinal cord pulsation in the development of syringomyelia

Uwe Max Mauer, Klaus Efinger, Ulrich Kunz & Chris Schulz
Objective: Current theories on the causes of syringomyelia have only one aspect in common, namely that syringomyelia results from cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) flow obstruction in all diseases associated with syringomyelia. Tethered cord syndrome is known to cause syringomyelia also in the absence of an[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]