Naif (Saudi Arabia)- Complete Spinal Cord Injury (T2-T11) (Male,7 years old)- 2013

SCI-Saudi Arabia-NaifNaif is a Saudi Arabia 7 years old male patient suffering from sequela of complete spinal cord injury (T2-T11) with paraplegia. He was admitted to our hospital for the chief complaint of movement and sensation disorder of lower limbs for over 4 years after the injury. He was crash injury by a motor bike on January 6th, 2009, at the same time, he underwent coma and incontinence of urination and bowl movement. The MRI of his spinal cord in the local hospital indicated: T2-T11 spinal cord injury.

He received 1st stem cell treatment on April 7th, 2013 in our hospital.

Before 1st stem cell treatment:
- The muscular tension of his lower limbs was poor;
- The muscle strength of his lower limbs was weak, the motor ability of his lower limbs was poor;
- The sensation disappeared beneath the injury level.

After 1st stem cell treatment:
- The muscular tension of his lower limbs is improved obviously;
- The muscle strength of his lower limbs is improved obviously, the motor ability of his lower limbs is improved obviously;
- The sensation level is lowered obviously.

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