Tabes Dorsalis



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?esky: Demyelinizace v zadních provazcích míšních zp?sobená infekcí Treponema pallidum se nazývá tabes dorsalis (neurosyfilis). Projevuje se posturální nestabilitou, parestéziemi a ch?zí o široké bazi.
Deutsch: Tabes dorsalis: Demyelinisierung des Rückenmarks bei Syphilis. Myelin-Färbung, Vergrößerung 450x
English: Demyelinization of the posterior columns of the spinal cord known as ”Tabes Dorsalis”, or Tabetic Neurosyphilis. This image shows severe demyelinization of the posterior columns of the spinal cord due to long-standing syphilis disease. This can result in a staggering, wide-based gait, postural instability, pain and paresthesias; Myelin stain; magnification 450X.
Français : Coupe axiale de moelle épinière, coloration argentique. La zone claire indique une disparition des fibres nerveuses dans les colonnes postérieures.
Date 1971(1971)
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