Wiad Lek 2021 ;74(2):367-370
MUNICIPAL ENTERPRISE «M.V. SKLIFOSOVSKYI POLTAVA REGIONAL CLINICAL HOSPITAL OF POLTAVA REGIONAL COUNCIL», POLTAVA, UKRAINE.
The aim was to analyze the contemporary scientific literature on Devic's opticomyelitis and to present a case report from our clinical practice. Based on the patient's complaints, case history and features of clinical course, objective neurological status, clinical laboratory and additional examination methods, characteristic MR-patterns, consultations of related specialists and differential diagnostics, we made the clinical diagnosis according to ICD-10: G36.0 Devic's opticomyelitis, exacerbation, with a sustained bilateral lesion of the optic nerves in the form of retrobulbar neuritis with the development of partial atrophy of the optic nerves in both eyes, spinal cord lesions with common cystic, cicatrical and atrophic alterations at C1-Th8 level with moderate lower paraparesis, expressed by sensory ataxia, sensory disturbances by the descending conductive type from Th10, impaired function of pelvic organs by the type of acute urinary retention, asthenic and neurotic syndrome. Read More