Translation of spinal in Spanish:

spinal

de la columna vertebral, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈspʌɪn(ə)l//ˈspaɪnl/

adjective

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    de la columna vertebral
    spinal anesthesia anestesia epidural / pidural feminine
    • he suffered a spinal injury sufrió una lesión en la columna vertebral
    • spinal nerve nervio raquídeo / espinal
    • spinal tap punción lumbar
    • This arrangement has consequences for the effects of spinal injury at different vertebral levels.
    • In the next part, the abundant spinal veins in the subarachnoid space are also retained.
    • He had no spinal injury, and the results from magnetic resonance imaging were normal.
    • Adequate anesthesia can be obtained with an epidural, spinal or pudendal block.
    • On each side a series of spinal ganglia penetrate the intervertebral foramina.
    • He had particular interests in spinal and hip joint surgery and in hand surgery.
    • The dorsal root ganglia associated with any one of the lumbar or upper sacral spinal nerves may be doubled.
    • Those that have entered the water from a height may also have intra-abdominal, thoracic, and spinal injuries.
    • The immediate care and appropriate assessment of patients with spinal injury is a skill that is expected of all doctors.
    • Sledging accidents in Britain cause a multitude of injuries, including spinal trauma.
    • The posterior inferior cerebellar artery may provide the posterior spinal artery.
    • The anesthesia care provider places a lumbar spinal drain to control intracranial pressure.
    • The mechanism of most spinal cord injuries is spinal fracture or dislocation.
    • This topic also encompasses tumors that involve the spinal cord and spinal nerves.
    • I had been at a spinal injuries unit for rehabilitation for almost a year, and was being allowed home for weekend leave.
    • They are attached to the cranial or spinal meninges and usually present as a single mass.
    • I met Dave in 1992, when we were both inpatients at a spinal injuries unit.
    • I tore my dura, which is the wrap around my spine which holds in spinal fluid.
    • We agree with Coats and Davies that we still do not know if this is a beneficial procedure even in patients with known or high suspicion of spinal injury.
    • No spinal injury or related neurological deficit was ever detected in this patient, either before or after death.