SPG: A group of neurodegenerative disorders involving progressive spasticity and increased reflexes in the legs. The rate of progression and severity is variable depending on the subtype involved.
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causes, and treatments of SPG is available below.
Symptoms of SPG
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symptoms of SPG
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Causes of SPG
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