Damage to the spinal cord can cause permanent paralysis. The paralysis will result in paraplegia or tetraplegia, unless the injury is an incomplete injury, which will result in one of a number of spinal cord injury syndromes. Incomplete injuries, and injuries with mild swelling of the spinal cord can have a good prognosis, with likely hood of return of function.
Cervical stenosis is a condition in which the spinal canal is too small for the spinal cord and nerve roots. This can cause damage to the spinal cord.
hurricans can damage towns/villages and wreck houses blow down trees plants eg. and can cause serious injuries.
The most common causes of spinal cord injury are: car accidents, sports (including trampoline) accidents, falls and violence. This link further explains these at-risk activities and has more information about spinal cord injury: http://www.brainandspinalcord.org/spinal-cord-injuries/at-risk-activities.html
If they are not treated correctly, they could cause the person effected to become paralyzed.
Spinal Cord, and Nerve Disorders of Dogs with skin contact with insecticides or pesticides that contain organophosphates
Usually due to a traumatic spinal injury. Spinal injuries can damage the spinal cord (the bit that is usually protected by being encased in the vertebrae of the spine), which means that nerve impulses become unable to flow. This can result in loss of sensation, and paralysis. However muscle wasting diseases can also cause paralysis (but not usually loss of sensation).
Extreme temperature such as cold and heat as well as compression injuries. Infection can also cause damage.
yes, your spinal cord is connected to your neck which is connected to your brain. plus any injury, depending on severity can cause dizziness.
Injuries from Boxing, cause inflammation, this inflammation cause damage to brain cells
Extreme ketamine use could cause bladder injuries, ulcers (wounds) and fibrosis also.
yes because when we do wrestling we can damage all parts of our body.It can cause deafness, blindness and even spinal damage.
brain damage, neck damage, broken bones and even death
Spinal cord injuries are caused when delicate spinal cord tissue is bruised, torn, or crushed. Spinal cord injuries can be caused by accidents, but can also be caused by diseases or disorders.As many as 400,000 Americans are living with spinal cord injuries. Most spinal cord injuries occur between the ages of 16 and 30, and about 82 percent of those who experience spinal cord injuries are male. Motor vehicle accidents account for approximately 44 percent of all spinal cord injuries. Other common causes include: • Acts of violence, including those that cause knife and gunshot wounds• Slips and falls• Sports-related injuries, mostly diving accidents• Trampoline accidents Results of Spinal Cord InjuryAfter the spinal cord has been injured, messages no longer flow through the damaged area, essentially cutting off information between the brain and certain parts of the body. Generally, the functions of the body located above the point of injury will continue to work with no loss of function, while the areas of the body located below the point of injury will be impaired. Impairment can include the following: • Motor deficit• Sensory deficit• Breathing difficulty• Bowel and/or bladder dysfunction Spinal Cord Injury
Yes and no. Red and Yellow dyes cause cancer in mice. Blue dye can heal spinal injuries.
no if they did then all running would cause calf injuries. if you stretch off properly then you should be okay :)
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Sports can cause alot of injuries form minor injuries to career ending injuries to Lfe threating injuries
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UV radiation from the sun and tanning beds and lamps can cause skin damage, premature aging, and skin cancers.