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cen·tral ca·nal of spi·nal cord

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the ependyma-lined lumen (cavity) of the neural tube, the cerebral part of which remains patent to form the ventricles of the brain, whereas the spinal part in the adult often is reduced to a solid strand of modified ependyma.
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central canal of spinal cord

The remnant of the lumen of the neural tube. Largely obliterated in the adult spinal cord.
See also: canal
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People with central canal stenosis generally have pain in their lower back and/or both legs, as well as pain when they walk.
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On my plot this year - the Harrods British Eccentrics Garden - either side of a central canal, I have clipped box shrubs and conical bay trees.
On my plot, either side of a central canal, I have clipped box shrubs and conical bay trees.
The contractor will dredge the central canal, which will split the island in half, reclaim landscape beaches, and construct power, sewerage and road networks on the island.
We couldn't have been more centrally located near the Leidseplein - a busy square at the southern end of Amsterdam's central canal ring facing the popular Vondelpark.
The freehold community comprises 150 luxurious five to eight-bedroom canal, beach and park residences, complemented by private beach access, landscaped spaces, waterfront views and a central canal, giving the development a 'Venice in the Middle East' feel.
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