The traumatic injuries of the spinal cord include any pathology caused by trauma. These are life-threatening pathologies, whether immediate or delayed, and are classified on a scale ranging from incomplete (i.e. no serious sequels) to complete, which is to say the total loss of mobility. The severity of the disease depends on the level at which the central nervous system (CNS) has been reached, and the magnitude of the trauma.
- Osteosynthesis (including mini-open, depending on the case)