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spinal

 [spi´nal]
1. pertaining to a spine.
2. pertaining to the vertebral column.
spinal cord that part of the central nervous system lodged in the spinal canal, extending from the foramen magnum to the upper part of the lumbar region. It is composed of an inner core of gray substance in which nerve cells predominate and an outer layer of white substance in which myelinated nerve fibers predominate. Called also medulla spinalis. (See Plates and see accompanying figures.)
Gross anatomy of the spinal cord. From Applegate, 2000.
Cross section of the spinal cord. From Applegate, 2000.

spi·nal

(spī'năl),
1. Relating to any spine or spinous process.
2. Relating to the vertebral column.
[L. spinalis]

spinal

(spī′nəl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or situated near the spine or spinal cord; vertebral: spinal injury.
2. Resembling a spine or spinous part.
n.
An anesthetic injected into the spinal cord to induce partial or complete anesthesia.

spi′nal·ly adv.

spi·nal

(spī'năl)
1. Relating to any spine or spinous process.
2. Relating to the vertebral column.
Synonym(s): rachial, rachidial.
[L. spinalis ]
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Finally, although the information is not available, it can be speculated that, given the resemblance of the patterns of both TBI and spinal trauma in the US and PR, the economic burdens are similar in both countries.
Denis, "Spinal instability as defined by the three-column spine concept in acute spinal trauma," Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, no.
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In these three recent earthquakes, Physiatrists provided direct patient care, including guidance in the evacuation of survivors with pre-existing disabilities, transport of persons with spinal trauma, treatment of wounds, fractures, pain, spinal trauma patients and persons with amputations.
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