Some Of The Common Symptoms Which Occurred In Both Complete And Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury   

jauhar khan
@jauhar123 | Posted 28 Feb. 2019


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  • Loss of ***** or bladder control

  • Loss of movement

  • Exaggerated reflex activities or spasms

  • Loss or altered sensation, including the capacity to feel heat, cold and touch

  • Effort or an intense stinging feeling caused by damage to the nerve fibers in your spinal cord

  • Trouble breathing, coughing or clearing secretions from your lungs


    For this severe injury, a doctor may able to test smartly to the spinal cord injury and testing for sensitive function and movement, and by examining some questions about the accident to understand what to need for the next step.


    Medical department orders these tests on people who are producing spinal cord injury after trauma. X-rays can show vertebral (spinal column) problems, tumors, fractures or degenerative changes in the spine clearly.

    Computerized Tomography (CT) Scan:

    A CT scan may show a better look at spinal cord while comparing day. It uses a computer to scan the part near infected to form a series of cross-sectional pictures that can define disk, *****, and other effects.

    Magnetic Resonance Imaging:

    MRI uses a magnetic field and radio waves to get computer-generated images. This test is vital for looking at the spinal cord and recognizing blood clots, herniated disks, or other portions that may be reducing the spinal cord.