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Definition: Myelomalacia is a pathological term referring the softening of the spinal cord. Hemorrhagic infarction (bleeding) of the spinal cord can occur as a sequel to acute injury, such as that caused by intervertebral disc extrusion (being forced or pressed out). (SOURCE: Wikipedia)
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Health experts from New England Regional Spinal Cord Injury Center-Boston Medical Center published 1 studies on Myelomalacia.