Prognosis of Syringomyelia
Prognosis of Syringomyelia: Good. Usually good response to early treatment such as surgery. Advanced cases may leave permanent spinal injury. ...see also Overview of Syringomyelia
Prognosis for Syringomyelia:
Symptoms usually begin between the ages of 25 and 40 and
may worsen with straining or any activity that causes cerebrospinal fluid
pressure to fluctuate. Some patients, however, may have long periods of
stability. Surgery results in stabilization or modest improvement in
symptoms for most patients. Delay in treatment may result in irreversible
spinal cord injury.
(Source: excerpt from NINDS Syringomyelia Information Page: NINDS)
...see also Overview of Syringomyelia
Complications of Syringomyelia may include:
Complications of Syringomyelia from the Diseases Database include:
Source: Diseases Database
See also complications of Syringomyelia.
Syringomyelia: Research More
The 'prognosis' of Syringomyelia usually refers to the likely outcome
The prognosis of Syringomyelia
may include the duration of Syringomyelia, chances of complications of Syringomyelia,
prospects for recovery, recovery period for Syringomyelia, survival rates,
and other outcome possibilities in the overall prognosis of Syringomyelia.
Naturally, such forecast issues are by their nature unpredictable.
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