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  • After she died her entire brain and spinal cord were studied carefully.
  • Evidence to support the much older claim was not provided beyond the single point of spinal degeneration.
  • It should be noted that the alternative spinal surgery is also not without risk.
  • Breaking his neck, he almost died due to spinal damage.
  • The condition might have been related to the spinal meningitis he suffered as a child.
  • It was during this time that spinal injuries were first treated at the hospital.
  • The brain contains several motor areas that project directly to the spinal cord.
  • They may occur in many parts of the brain and sometimes in the spinal cord.
  • Then, at another level, a standard spinal is performed.
  • Members of Spinal Tap appeared on the film and asked them about it.
  • Beyond two spinal surgeries, any more are likely to make the patient worse, not better.
  • He was shot through the spinal cord, dying two days later.
  • In two years, their brother Thomas was born, but he died of spinal meningitis aged three years.
  • These cells are found in all regions of the brain and spinal cord.
  • As a result she suffered severe head and spinal damage, causing discomfort for the remaining twelve months of her life.
  • Physical damage to the spinal cord may result in loss of sensation or movement.
  • In some cases after laminectomy and spinal fusion, it may take several months to return to normal activities.
  • The estate therefore houses a large number of medical and clinical staff as well as resident spinal patients now living in the community.
  • Those three centers begin with the head, then spinal column, and lower abdomen.
  • The evidence to support spinal manipulation is poor and insufficient to support its use.
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Words starting with spinal

Meaning of spinal

  • adjective Of or relating to the spine or spinal cord
    spinal cord, spinal injury