Spinal Cord Compression
A broad spectrum of conditions when it puts pressure on the spinal cord leads to compression and injury. It can occur anywhere along the spine from the neck down to the lower spine with the range of clinical manifestations such as numbness, weakness, and pain. The standardized classification of such neurological impairment was stated by the American Spinal Injury Association which facilitate the research for spinal cord injury medicines and its clinical patient care.
- Track 1-1 Types of Spinal Cord Injuries
- Track 2-2 Spinal Cord Compression in People with Cancer
- Track 3-3 Motor and Sensory Dysfunction
- Track 4-4 Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy
- Track 5-5 Modalities to Diagnose Spinal Cord Injury