Schanz' syndrome II
A syndrome comprising the combined features of the lateral sclerosis and the anterior cornual syndromes.
As described by Schanz in 1907, the characteristics of this syndrome comprise the combined features of the lateral sclerosis and the anterior cornual syndromes. Symptoms: moving from erect to a prone position causes a feeling of fatique and lumbar pain.
- A. Schanz:
Eine typische Erkrankung der Wirbelsäule (Insufficienta vertebrae).
Berliner klinische Wochenschrift, 1907, 44: 989-992. 17: 986 ff.
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