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  • injuries
  • Pre-clinical spinal cord injury models do not represent the wide range of biomechanical factors seen in human injuries, such as spinal level, injury mechanism, velocity of spinal cord impact, and resi. (bioportfolio.com)
  • This brand-new volume in the best-selling 'Case Review' series uses more than 200 case studies to challenge your knowledge of a full range of topics in emergency radiology, including MDCT-A of vascular injury, CT and MR of spinal injuries, CT and MRI of CNS emergencies, and subtle and classic CT signs of bowel emergencies. (indigo.ca)
  • Surgery
  • Malignant Transformation of Testicular Teratoma to PNET, Adenocarcinoma, and Osteosarcoma with Complete Remission after Surgery and Combination Chemotherapy in a Young Adult Male. (nih.gov)
  • whereas
  • For example, if movement were affected at C2 and below, a person would have difficulty using both arms and legs, whereas compression at T12 might result in just difficulty using the legs. (encyclopedia.com)
  • neck
  • The spinal cord is a series of nerves bundled together that are responsible for most functions of the body, including, but not limited to, the "fight or flight" response, the movement of arms and legs, and feeling below the neck. (encyclopedia.com)
  • For example, nerves branching off the spinal cord in the low back control movement of the legs, and nerves branching off the spinal cord at the level of the neck are responsible for most of the movements of the arm. (encyclopedia.com)
  • level
  • The level of compression is indicated by using the first letter of the type of vertebra and then the number of the vertebra within the group. (encyclopedia.com)
  • area
  • Thus, depending on which angle the spinal cord is compressed from, a person could experience numbness versus a loss of the ability to control muscles (often seen as an odd limp), depending on which area is compressed. (encyclopedia.com)