Radiculomyelitic rabies: can MR imaging help?
Radiculomyelitic (silent) rabies and acute disseminated encephalomyelitis have similar clinical presentations but distinct management and prognostic implications. It is thus important to differentiate between the two antemortem. Because of their distinct pathologic abnormalities, MR imaging may be helpful in distinguishing between the two entities. We report a case in which MR imaging helped us to diagnose silent rabies antemortem, which was subsequently confirmed at autopsy.
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Desai, R. V., Jain, V., Singh, P., Singhi, S., & Radotra, B. D. (2002). Radiculomyelitic rabies: can MR imaging help?.AJNR. American Journal Of Neuroradiology, 23(4), 632-634.
Medical Sciences | Medicine and Health Sciences
Department of Medicine, Department of Medicine Faculty