cervical regions

cervical regions

the various anatomical regions of the neck, including anterior, lateral, and posterior cervical regions and the region over the sternocleidomastoid muscle.
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Sherrington, by experiments on dogs, showed that many of the usual marks of emotion were present in their behaviour even when, by severing the spinal cord in the lower cervical region, the viscera were cut off from all communication with the brain, except that existing through certain cranial nerves.
Three of them were also the first to be transplanted along the length of their spines, in both the lumbar and the cervical regions.
The lumbosacral region is the most frequently involved region, while the thoracic and cervical regions are less likely to be affected (5,14,15,16).
Synthes offers the ProDisc and ProDisc-C for the lumbar and cervical regions respectively.
The primary and the metastatic cervical regions received a total of 50 Gy linac X-ray.
There is one chapter devoted to recent clinical trials on the efficacy of manipulation in the treatment of headaches and issues of the lumbar and cervical regions, which can be used as evidence for the efficacy of chiropractic when presenting to physicians.
The company's goal is to test the safety and utility of GRNOPC1 in patients with complete and incomplete (less severe) injuries in both thoracic and cervical regions.
Two of the patients showing stabilization or improvement were among the three to receive transplants in both the lumbar and cervical regions.
The Leksell Gamma Knife Perfexion is a new advanced system that takes stereotactic radiosurgery to the next level, and provides a platform for further refinement and expansion of radiosurgery procedures related to the brain and upper cervical regions," said Michael L.
These are the first patients in the world to receive our cells in both the lumbar and cervical regions of their spinal cords, where the stem cell therapy could support both walking and breathing.
Patient 16 is also the first patient in the world to receive stem cell transplants in both the lumbar and cervical regions of the spinal cord in an FDA-approved trial.
Since then, several amendments have been filed in response to FDA requests for additional information to help the agency establish the similarity between the lumbar and cervical regions of the spine in terms of healing rates, success rates, and the nature and types of indications in each area.