“The spinal column consists of nerve tissues that start at the base of the brain and end at the bottom of the back. It is made up of protective membranes that are enclosed within the vertebrae and its primary job is to convey messages between the brain and other parts of the body.
Cancerous spinal tumors can develop within the spinal cord, or they can affect the bones of the spine, which are called vertebral tumors. Tumors will generally cause symptoms like pain, muscle weakness or numbness, difficulty walking, loss of sensation, urination difficulty, or paralysis. ”
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