Translation of spinal cord in Spanish:

spinal cord

médula espinal, n.


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    médula espinal feminine
    • They provide excellent images of the spinal canal and spinal cord and are not associated with this complication.
    • As we know, the nerves of the spinal cord control the body's muscles.
    • Such changes may narrow the space occupied by the spinal cord and its nerve roots.
    • The brain and the spinal cord constitute the central nervous system.
    • This is medicine that goes in around your spinal cord to block the nerve impulses of pain.
    • That was hailed as a giant step toward cultivating stem cells that might one day repair or replace diseased organs, severed spinal cords, or brain cells destroyed by diseases such as Alzheimer's.
    • We are restricting specified risk materials, i.e. brains, spinal cords, eyeballs, etc., from animals over 30 months of age from entering the food chain.
    • If the upper part of the spinal cord or the brain stem is involved, the patient may develop a bulbar palsy.
    • The virus then enters the nerve endings and travels to the spinal cord and brain.
    • The potential of stem cells to repair injured spinal cords or brains damaged by Parkinson's Disease is an exciting one.
    • The nerves from the lower part of the body join the spinal cord in the lower back.
    • The recent exclusion of most cow brains, eyes, spinal cords, and intestines from the human food supply may make beef safer, but where are those tissues going?
    • Neurons carry messages from the brain to the spinal cord and the rest of the body.
    • The spinal cord threads through the centre of each vertebra, carrying nerves from the brain to the rest of the body.
    • The brains, skulls, spinal cords and lower intestines of cattle older than 30 months are the most likely to transmit the misfolded proteins called prions that cause mad cow disease.
    • Nerves come out of the brain and spinal cord and take messages to and from muscles, the skin, body organs, and tissues.
    • The nerve cells bridged the damage and restored the functionality of the severed nerve fibers in the spinal cord.
    • It can result in spina bifida, where the bones of the spine do not completely enclose the spinal cord.
    • The scientists then injected those neurons into the lumbar spinal cords of the paralyzed rats.
    • From this region, nerve fibres run down in bundles through the substance of the brain into the brain stem and spinal cord.