A novel classification system for traumatic central cord syndrome: the central cord injury scale (CCIS).

@article{Hohl2010ANC,
  title={A novel classification system for traumatic central cord syndrome: the central cord injury scale (CCIS).},
  author={Justin B Hohl and Joon Yung Lee and John A Horton and Jeffrey A. Rihn},
  journal={Spine},
  year={2010},
  volume={35 7},
  pages={E238-43}
}
STUDY DESIGN Retrospective study of 37 patients with traumatic central cord syndrome. OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study is to review a series of patients with central cord syndrome and to introduce a classification system that is predictive of functional outcome. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Central cord syndrome is the most common incomplete spinal cord injury, yet a predictive classification system does not exist. METHODS Thirty-seven patients with traumatic central cord syndrome had 1… CONTINUE READING

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