The second case of Gowers' syringal haemorrhage, successfully treated by surgery, and the first such case in a child, is described. It is suggested that the very slow development of haematomyelia within an existing hydrosyringomyelia may originate from a torn intraspinal vein, deprived of its normal neural and glial support.
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