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Tests showed the cats suffered inflammation in the brain and spinal cord. The Sun (2012)The first patients in the trial have had it injected it into their spinal fluid. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He suffered a compressed spinal fracture while lifting a partner. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Its trustees are all spinal cord injured themselves. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Four other students were in intensive care with serious head and spinal injuries and fractures. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Damage to his spinal cord left him paralysed from the waist down. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Could they have potential as a treatment for spinal cord injury? Times, Sunday Times (2011)She had profound and multiple learning difficulties and complex health needs as a result of a spinal condition. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The royal household said that he would have scans to ascertain whether doctors needed to drain fluid from his spinal chord. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Since then he had been to France to have spinal surgery. Marsden, Philip The Crossing-Place (1993)She's a partially blind and deaf thalidomide victim awaiting spinal surgery. The Sun (2013)He couldn't walk and had spinal surgery. The Sun (2013)Elsewhere, a technician forgot to give pain relief to five rats undergoing spinal surgery. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I was involved in a serious accident that left me with multiple spinal fractures and other injuries. Times, Sunday Times (2007)His parents were told to watch for a runny nose - a sign of leaking spinal fluid from the brain. The Sun (2009)She had fluid on her lungs removed yesterday and may have to be moved to mainland Greece for spinal surgery. The Sun (2010)Had the player hit the ground only slightly further up his spine, the potential for a catastrophic spinal injury would have been high. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I became an ambassador for a spinal injury charity and was invited to be on the board of governors of my former school. The Sun (2016)His career was over, or so it seemed, after a spinal injury two years ago. The Sun (2010)After crashing his car in the 1970s, he fractured his spinal cord. John Foot Calcio: A History of Italian Football (2006)Writing for the Magazine from hospital, she ponders the vicissitudes of life in the spinal injury unit. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I've set up a sports memorabilia business and am about to launch a foundation to help others with spinal injury. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The proportion of mothers receiving an epidural injection or spinal anaesthetic has doubled in 20 years to around 37 per cent. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A source said: 'The pal actually suffers from a spinal condition which means he has difficulty walking. The Sun (2007)

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Translations for 'spinal'

British English: spinal ADJECTIVE
Spinal means relating to your spine.
...spinal fluid.
  • American English: spinal
  • Brazilian Portuguese: espinhal
  • Chinese: 脊柱的
  • European Spanish: espinal
  • French: céphalorachidien
  • German: Rückgrat-
  • Italian: spinale
  • Japanese: せき髄の
  • Korean: 척추의
  • European Portuguese: espinhal
  • Spanish: espinal


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