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According to NORD, the National Organisation for Rare Disorders, there are five types of Stiff Person Syndrome:
1) Classic SPS
2) Focal SPS
3) Jerking SPS
4) Progressive Encephalomyelitis with Rigidity and Myoclonus (PERM)
5) Paraneoplastic-Related SPS
Click on the links below to take you to various SPS pages from the internet or our file library. They are strictly for information only and do not represent advice or recommendations by the UK and Ireland SPS Support Group and Charity. If you have more links you believe would be of interest to the community, please submit for consideration to: email@example.com
This US government site brings together SPS and SPS-related links across the internet. The usagov link (LEFT) goes directly to the site section about SPS and is pre-loaded with a search for anything Stiff Person Syndrome. In the first 30 pages, there are 600 randomly arranged links, not all of which are SPS related/connected. Many, but not all, links are the same listed here on our website. However, refined searches can be carried out to reveal specific information/results.
Amphiphysin antibody-associated Stiff-Limb Syndrome and myelopathy: An unusual presentation of breast cancer in an elderly woman (2021)
Thymectomy for paraneoplastic SPS associated with invasive thymoma (2006)
Update on paraneoplastic neurologic disorders (2010)
SPS with amphiphysin antibodies (2008)
SPS in patient with T cell lymphoma (2013)
Small cell lung cancer potential applications to cancer diagnosis and early detection (2011)
SPS associated with colon cancer (2013)