A laceration of the spinal cord is a tear or cut of the spinal cord. Typically, a Laceration of the Spinal Cord results from trauma from a knife or bullet injury or a car accident. This injury is extremely serious, as it can cause immobility due to the nerve damage. Depending on the area damaged, a Laceration of the Spinal Cord can cause pain, immobility, or lack of feeling in the arms, shoulders, neck, legs and abdomen.
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