Central sensorial lesions can be caused by multiple sclerosis (MS), syringomyelia, tabes
dorsalis, leprosy, congenital lack of response to the pain, cerebral palsy, or a spinal cord injury, whereas peripheral sensorial lesions are caused by DM, alcoholism, infections, poliomyelitis, pernicious anemia, or amyloidosis.
At this meeting he noted that cerebellar pathology was associated with hypermetria and ataxia, which are not aggravated by eye closure, contrary to that which was found in tabes
"It would be great if we could keep tabes
on all our potential talent in the country, but unfortunately that's not possible.
Charcot joint, also known as neurogenic arthropathy, has been linked to tabes
dorsalis, but is more commonly seen in diabetic neuropathy, syringomyelia, spinal cord injury, pernicious anemia, peripheral nerve injury, and from prolonged hydrocortisone injections into the joint.
dorsalis and general paresis also may be later manifestations.