It remains unclear when spinal Solutions began to counterfeit surgical implants.
Other spinal cord regeneration efforts involve using stem cells to regrow damaged or lost neurons.
Infections can strike joints, airways, the lungs, the brain and the tissues lining the spinal cord, or the bloodstream.
Generally, a human will only be infected if they eat the nerve tissue—brains or spinal cord—of an infected animal.
As a result, Smith lost his right arm underneath the elbow and parts of his leg, hip and spinal cord.
The shock I gave my spinal column in 1915 up in the Lakes undoubtedly re-awakened activity among the bacteria.
The most prevalent of these maladies are spinal curvature and myopia.
From this apparently a curvature of the spinal column results in the lumbar region.
The nerves that supply it proceed from the anterior half of the spinal cord.
The Atlantic spotted dolphins have a spinal blaze and a light line which extends from the flipper to the eye.
spinal spi·nal (spī'nəl)
Relating to or situated near the spinal column or spinal cord.
Relating to any spine or spinous process.