- •Spinal cord syndrome is a common feature of progressive Multiple Sclerosis.
- •We described demyelinating progressive myelopathy not meeting any diagnostic criteria.
- •Current classification of inflammatory demyelinating diseases is still incomplete.
- •New variants for atypical presentations should be considered in future revisions.
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Published online: August 15, 2019
Accepted: August 14, 2019
Received in revised form: August 9, 2019
Received: July 8, 2019
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