Cervical spine involvement in Larsen's syndrome: a case illustration.

Academic Article

Abstract

  • We present the progressive clinical course of a child with myelopathy attributable to cervical spine abnormalities associated with Larsen's syndrome. After anterior and posterior cervical fusion, his preoperative symptoms of weakness, gait dysfunction, and hyperreflexia have improved at 9-month follow-up. The progressive course and importance of early referral and intervention should be of interest to the general pediatric community.
  • Published In

  • Pediatrics  Journal
  • Keywords

  • Abnormalities, Multiple, Adolescent, Cervical Vertebrae, Foot Deformities, Hearing Loss, Humans, Joint Dislocations, Joints, Male, Radiography, Sensation Disorders, Syndrome, Tracheal Stenosis
  • Authorlist

  • Banks JT; Wellons JC; Tubbs RS; Blount JP; Oakes WJ; Grabb PA
  • Start Page

  • 199
  • End Page

  • 201
  • Volume

  • 111
  • Issue

  • 1