Often spinal cord injury is more frequent in younger age groups. Mostly they result from damage caused by traumatic events such as motor vehicle accidents, falls, or gunshot wounds. The physical, personal, financial and social impact of injury is such that most patients are lost in follow ups or succumb to life-threatening complications associated with spinal cord injury. Thus, Spinal cord injury is a low incidence, high costing disability requiring tremendous changes in an individual’s lifestyle.
Here presented is a case of a 22 year old girl who had suffered spine injury due to a road traffic accident 3 years back. She was given Neuroregenerative Rehabilitation Therapy (NRRT) using autologous bone marrow derived mononucleocytes. Detailed report of her evaluations and therapy is discussed further.
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