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Cervical spinal cord injury

The injury of cervical spinal cord is a very serious injury, which often causes death or disability. From the pathological changes of cervical spinal cord injury, it can be seen that cervical spinal cord injury is likely to lead to the loss of limb function and even paraplegia. Once spinal cord injury occurs, it must be found and treated as soon as possible.


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