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28 November, 21:45

A complete transection of the spinal cord will result in

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  1. 28 November, 21:59
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    The acute spinal cord injury can result due to a traumatic injury, which can either result in a complete teat known as a transection or may result in a bruise known as a contusion. The spinal cord injury generally occurs in young adults and men.

    The transection of the spinal cord may result in areflexia and spinal shock. It can also result in flaccid paralysis of all skeletal muscles, loss of sensation, loss of spinal reflexes, and lack of autonomic function below the level of injury.
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