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Prognosis and recovery in ischaemic and traumatic spinal cord injury
  1. G SAVIC,
  1. National Spinal Injuries Centre, Stoke Mandeville Hospital
  2. Aylesbury, Bucks HP21 8AL,UK

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    The paper by Iseli et al 1 (this issue, pp 567–71) reflects the current interest in diagnostic techniques which could supplement the neurological examination in diagnosing a spinal cord injury, monitoring recovery, and predicting the final outcome.

    A detailed neurological examination is still the most accurate assessment tool and the best predictor of the final outcome in patients with spinal cord injury.2 …

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