noun (plural -thies) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: circa 1891 a disease or disorder of the spinal cord or bone marrow • myelopathic adjective

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  • Myelopathy — Classification and external resources ICD 10 G95 ICD 9 336.9 …   Wikipedia

  • myelopathy — myelopathic /muy euh leuh path ik/, adj. /muy euh lop euh thee/, n., pl. myelopathies. Pathol. any disorder of the spinal cord or of bone marrow. [1890 95; MYELO + PATHY] * * * …   Universalium

  • myelopathy — noun a) A disorder in which the tissue of the spinal cord is diseased or damaged. b) A disturbance or disease of the spinal cord. See Also: myelitis …   Wiktionary

  • myelopathy — 1. Disorder of the spinal cord. 2. A disease of the myelopoietic tissues. [myelo + G. pathos, suffering] carcinomatous m. degeneration or necrosis of the spinal cord associated with a …   Medical dictionary

  • myelopathy — [ˌmʌɪə lɒpəθi] noun Medicine disease of the spinal cord …   English new terms dictionary

  • myelopathy — my·e·lop·a·thy …   English syllables

  • myelopathy — my•e•lop•a•thy [[t]ˌmaɪ əˈlɒp ə θi[/t]] n. pl. thies pat any disorder of the spinal cord or of bone marrow my e•lo•path′ic ləˈpæθ ɪk adj …   From formal English to slang

  • myelopathy — /maɪəˈlɒpəθi/ (say muyuh lopuhthee) noun disease, degeneration, or impairment of the spinal cord. {myel + o + pathy} –myelopathic, adjective …   Australian English dictionary

  • myelopathy — ˌmīəˈläpəthē noun ( es) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary myel + pathy : a disease or disorder of the spinal cord or the bone marrow …   Useful english dictionary

  • myelopathy hand — dysfunction of the hand associated with cervical myelopathy, characterized by loss of the ability to adduct and extend the fourth and fifth, and sometimes the middle, fingers (finger escape sign) and inability to grip and release rapidly with… …   Medical dictionary

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