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Old 01-24-2014, 10:59 PM
misty7 misty7 is offline
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Default SB of the Cervic

People born with cervical Spina Bifida seem to be able to have a more able bodied lives. They are not as affected as other forms of Spina Bifida. Those with cervical lesions don't have much research to go on cause of it being so rare. From what I have been able to ascertain they seem to be in the percentage of people that have more functionality in their lives.

Anyone have any experiences with this? And what kind of lives are these people able to live? Do they have any real overwhelming difficult issues that they are living with?
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Old 01-31-2014, 07:09 PM
novasparker novasparker is offline
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I hadn't heard of this type of SB before. I had always thought that SB refered to an opening in the spinal column that occured at the lower back region. I guess I need to read up on the other types in order to make constructive posts...lol. Anyway, that's for sharing. I feel as though I've learned something today, and becoming aware of new things makes us better people in the end. Thanks!
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