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What are incomplete spinal cord injuries?

Anterior Cord Syndrome: when damage is towards the front of the spine. Can leave a victim with the loss or impaired ability to sense pain, temperature and touch sensations bellow their level of injury.

Central Cord Syndrome: when damage is in the center of the spinal cord. Can leave a victim with the loss of function in the arms, but some leg movement may be preserved.

Posterior Cord Syndrome: when the damage is towards the back of the spine. Can leave a victim with muscle power, pain and temperature sensation, however, he or she might have trouble coordinating movement of limbs.

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