Ossification of posterior longitudinal ligament with spinal canal stenosis and cervical myelopathy
Rahul Gupta, MD and James Lally, MD
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A 50-year-old Asian man with no significant past med-ical history fell while working on a ladder and was brought to the emergency room with weakness of all four extremi-ties. The lower extremities were weaker than the upper extremities, with minimal sen-sory deficits. The reflexes were brisk in all four limbs. Figures 1-3 are images per-formed after admission.
Ossification of posterior lingitudinal ligament with spinal canal stenosis cervical myelopathy.