In an interview with CIR, he admitted to making scores of copies of surgical screws for spinal Solutions.
I had no interest in having my spinal cord tapped, and I let everyone on the delivery staff know it.
One spinal Solutions sales representative said he suspected Williams was using perks to woo surgeons.
The bullet—a live fire bullet—exited through his back but not before severing his spinal cord.
Other spinal cord regeneration efforts involve using stem cells to regrow damaged or lost neurons.
The shock I gave my spinal column in 1915 up in the Lakes undoubtedly re-awakened activity among the bacteria.
"spinal meningitis," they said laconically, and they were taking him down to the hospital.
From this apparently a curvature of the spinal column results in the lumbar region.
He also got tired of waiting and suggested it might be some spinal trouble.
The Atlantic spotted dolphins have a spinal blaze and a light line which extends from the flipper to the eye.
spinal spi·nal (spī'nəl)
Relating to or situated near the spinal column or spinal cord.
Relating to any spine or spinous process.