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A case of type 3 DCS with a radiologically normal spinal cord

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A subtype of cerebral arterial gas embolism arising in divers, in which apparent spinal cord disease follows early cerebral manifestations, is well known and has been described as type 3 DCS. A case that clinically conformed to the pattern of type 3 DCS was examined radiologically. Despite clinical signs of spinal disease, magnetic resonance imaging scans of the spinal cord did not demonstrate pathology.
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Keywords: cerebral arterial gas embolism; decompression sickness; spinal cord disease; type-3 DCS

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Royal New Zealand Naval Health Services 2: Radiology Department, North Shore Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand

Publication date: 2006-03-01

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