VIDEO: McArdle Sign - a specific sign of multiple sclerosis

Neurologist Dr B. Weinshenker reviews his research, which was able to distinguish patients with demyelinating disease with 100% specificity in 70% of patients with myelopathy who demonstrated 10% or greater increase in finger extensor weakness with neck flexion compared to extension.
VIDEO: McArdle Sign - a specific sign of multiple sclerosis

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