Proving Complete And Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury With Litigation Animation

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What Is Complete Spinal Cord Injury?

Complete spinal cord injury is fatal and can lead to a blatant change in lifestyle. This is because it is often accompanied by permanent disability. According to an article by UPMC HealthBeat titled Incomplete vs. Complete Spinal Cord Injury, “complete spinal cord injuries occur when the spinal cord is fully compressed or severed completely eliminating the brain’s ability to send signals below the point of injury.”

What is An Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury?

The incomplete spinal cord injury is not as critical as the complete one. According to an article by Flint Rehab titled Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury: Types, Effects, and Recovery Outlook, an incomplete spinal cord injury is described as “damage to the spinal cord that partially disrupts the transmission of signals between the brain and muscles.”

Causes of Complete and Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury Portrayed Through Litigation Animation

The way an injury occurs to the spinal cord does not necessarily determine if it would be complete or incomplete; the extent of the damage does. Therefore, the same incident may lead to different spinal cord injuries in different people. However the case may be, litigation animation can prove the cause or the extent of the injury to the jury.



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