In the blog, there is a lot of discussion about paralysis for individuals with brain or spinal cord injury, and neurological diseases. Today, I am going to highlight a particular type of spinal cord issue which is incomplete injury. It is important to note that incomplete spinal cord injury can occur from trauma or disease. It occurs when there is an injury to the spinal cord that affects only part of it. This can be from trauma but also from patchy areas of the spinal cord affected by areas of disease. Incomplete spinal cord injury can be short or long-lasting as in trauma, or it can be progressive as a disease progresses.
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