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Spinal cord imaging /visualization

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Description of Spinal cord imaging /visualization

Spinal cord imaging /visualization: visual display of structural or functional patterns of the spinal cord as a whole or any of its parts for diagnostic evaluation or imaging of anatomical structures; includes measuring physiologic and metabolic responses to physical and chemical stimuli.
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