Human head and neck Myelomalacia

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Plain x-ray occasionally enlarged intervertebral foramen, localized widening of spinal canal. Myelomalacia
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Role of mri in the evaluation of spinal cord lesionsRole of mri in the evaluation of spinal cord lesions
Dr. Nikunj patel1, Dr. Hemangi Balat2*, Dr. Falguni shah3, Dr. Avani pate Dr. Krupesh Bhalala5, Dr. Japan Shah6. Myelomalacia
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Focal Myelomalacia and Syrinx Formation after Spinal Anesthesia; a report of 3 cases IntroductionFocal Myelomalacia and Syrinx Formation after Spinal Anesthesia; a report of 3 cases Introduction
Few cases of post spinal anaesthesia syrinx formation have been reported in literature. We report 2 patient who suffered focal injury to the spinal cord secondary to injection of local anaesthetic agent during attempted spinal anaesthesia using the. Myelomalacia
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Conflict of interest declarationConflict of interest declaration
I have no conflict of interest with anyone for publicalion of my case reports article. Myelomalacia
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The spine is composed of multiple bones (vertebrae) with disks (intervertebral disks) located in between adjacent bones; the disks act as shock absorbers and allow movement of the spineThe spine is composed of multiple bones (vertebrae) with disks (intervertebral disks) located in between adjacent bones; the disks act as shock absorbers and allow movement of the spine
T1–T13; lumbar vertebrae start at the end of the ribs and continue to the pelvis and are numbered as lumbar vertebrae one through seven or L1–L7; the remaining vertebrae are the sacral (located at the pelvis) and coccygeal (tail) vertebrae. Myelomalacia
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The spine is composed of multiple bones with disks (intervertebral disks) located in between adjacent bones (vertebrae); the disks act as shock absorbers and allow movement of the spineThe spine is composed of multiple bones with disks (intervertebral disks) located in between adjacent bones (vertebrae); the disks act as shock absorbers and allow movement of the spine
Quadriparesis (also known as “tetraparesis”)—weakness of voluntary movements in all legs. Myelomalacia
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Pharmaceutical terminologyPharmaceutical terminology
Drugs can be made from chemical substances which are synthesized in the laboratory. The field of medicine which studies drugs, their nature, origin, and effect in the body is called pharmacology. Myelomalacia
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President: Prof. Dr. M. Samii, > M. D., Ph. DPresident: Prof. Dr. M. Samii, > M. D., Ph. D
On your request, we are forwarding you the neurosurgical expert’s opinion on the following treatment of casualties of Ms Stein of 06/11/ 1993. Myelomalacia
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Cervical Disc Surgery Consent FormCervical Disc Surgery Consent Form
Unfortunately, we cannot diagnose the exact cause without doing a myelogram, ct or mri. If we do a myelogram right before surgery instead of more expensive. Myelomalacia
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Filed 5/20/15 certified for publicationFiled 5/20/15 certified for publication
Appeal from an order of the Superior Court of San Diego County, John S. Meyer, Judge. Affirmed. Myelomalacia
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