As a result of increasing incidence of spinal cord injuries [11], [23], [27], [28], [43], [77], [90], [141], [186], [234], the need for a new approach in studies on the dynamics of development of pathological changes in the spinal cord, under experimental conditions in animals and in clinical application in man, has been felt for some time.


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