Secondary acute transverse myelitis
Inflammation of the spinal cord with neurological effects that go in a transverse (horizontal or bandlike) manner across the body, as opposed to going up or down the spinal cord.
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Typical Age of onset
Any age, but peaks between 10 and 19 and again between 30 and 39
- Weakness of the legs or arms
- Paresthesias (burning, tickling, pricking, numbness, coldness, or tingling) or numbness
- Urinary symptoms, such as increased frequency, incontinence, or difficulty urinating