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Spinal shock

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Description of Spinal shock

Spinal shock (medical condition): A rare condition that can occur after spinal cord injury and...more »

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Spinal shock: A state of spinal shock accompanied by temporary paralysis of the lower extremities often associated with spinal injury.

Spinal shock: a loss of spinal reflexes after an injury of the spinal cord which affects the muscles innervated by the cord segments situated below the site of the lesion.
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