Salem (Egypt)- Seuqela of Spinal Cord Injury (Male,29 years old)- 2012

SCI-Egypt-SalemSalem is an Egypt 29 years old male patient suffering from seuqela of spinal cord injury. He was admitted to our hospital for the chief complaint of movement and sensation disorder of lower limbs with incontinence of urination and bowl movement for 4 months. He happened to undergo a car crash in December, 2011. The CT of his thoracic and lumbar vertebras indicated: T6-T7 vertebral bodies fracture. Until now, he was given nerve nutrition medication and occupational rehabilitation training without obvious improvement. He received a round stem cell treatment including 1 stem cell transplantation via CT guided intraspinal injection and 1 stem cell injection via lumbar puncture and 1 stem cell injection via right femoral artery intervene. His responses to the stem cell are satisfied without any side effect post-operation.

Before the stem cell treatment:
- The muscular tension of his lower limbs was higher than normal;
- The muscle strength of his lower limbs was weak, the motor ability of his lower limbs was poor;
- The sensation beneath injured segment was lost;
- He suffered from incontinence of urination and bowl movement.

After the stem cell treatment:
- The muscular tension of his lower limbs is normal;
- 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;
- He can perceive and control his urination and bowl movement much better.

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