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Spinal cord schizophrenia

In the embryonic stage, due to the developmental deformity of the spinal cord or spinal canal, the spinal cord is divided into two halves, which is called spinal cord schizophrenia. This disease is very rare. Patients may have no obvious clinical symptoms, and some may have spinal cord splitting syndrome.


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