CCS has been reported to occur more frequently among older persons with cervical spondylosis, but it also may occur in younger individuals.
CCS is the most common SCI syndrome. It accounts for approximately 9% of traumatic SCIs. It is generally associated with favorable prognosis for some degree of neurologic and functional recovery. CCS predominantly affects men more than women, similar to all other SCI.
Researchers from University of Pittsburgh, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery report recent findings in central cord syndrome.(Report)
May 05, 2010; Research findings, 'A novel classification system for traumatic central cord syndrome: the central cord injury scale (CCIS are...
New central cord syndrome study findings have been reported by researchers at Radboud University, Department of Orthopedic Surgery.
Sep 27, 2010; Fresh data on central cord syndrome are presented in the report 'Diagnostic criteria of traumatic central cord syndrome. Part 1:...