Aospine is a medical term that refers to a disorder or condition in which the spinal column is damaged or damaged by disease, injury or surgery.
This is sometimes referred to as “spinal damage,” and is not usually an indication of a disease.
The disorder can be the result of an injury or disease, or can be due to an inability to stretch the spinal cord and cause problems with the nerves that control movement.
Some patients with spina bifida have a condition called Spinal Fluid Dysfunction.
This means the spinal fluid around the nerve root in the spinal canal has formed an abnormal fluid that causes the spinal vertebrae to not extend correctly, causing the condition to occur.
Some spina-bound people have a neurological condition called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), which is characterized by movement problems.
Another condition called spinal cord compression syndrome is a condition in the muscles and nerves that can result in a spinal cord that is too tight.
The word aospines also refers to the area between the vertebra of the spine, where the spinal cords connect to the spinal nerves.
Aospines can be caused by a number of conditions, including spinal stenosis, or a severe spinal cord injury.
This type of damage to the vertebral column has been linked to a number types of conditions including cerebral palsy, stroke, and multiple sclerosis.
A large majority of aospinal patients have symptoms that mimic symptoms of other conditions.
Some people who suffer from aospina do not have the symptoms of any other condition.
A spina is usually located between the shoulders and behind the neck.
It is not the same as a thoracic or thoracostomy injury.
The area between vertebra 1 and 2 is the most commonly damaged part of the spinal columns.
This area can often be seen as a “spine” in the picture.
This injury usually occurs during childhood or adolescence, when the muscles around the vertebras are weak.
The muscles around these vertebra have to support the weight of the body as the vertebrospinal fluid (SCF) is compressed.
This causes the SCF to expand and the spinal curvature of the vertebrate vertebra is distorted.
This distorted spine can cause pain, stiffness, or numbness in the affected area.
Sometimes the spine is also affected by a lack of flexibility in the cervical spine or a loss of the muscles that support the spine.
The spina can be either the result a spinal injury or a spinal compression injury.
When a spinal condition causes a loss or injury to the muscles in the spine that support and move the vertebium, the muscles are stretched, and this causes the vertecae to bend.
This bends the vertebles and causes them to move in a way that is not as normal as a normal vertebral curve.
When the vertebridgia are weak or damaged, this bending is not sufficient to support them, so they begin to deform.
This can cause symptoms of a spinal deformity, including pain, weakness, and paralysis.
Some conditions that can cause spina damage are a spinal stenotic disease, a spina fusion, or spinal fusion injury.
In these cases, the spinal discs of the affected part of vertebral body are fused together and can cause problems such as difficulty walking, neck stiffness, spasticity, or neck pain.
Spinal fusion injuries occur when a joint in the vertebone is damaged and the spine has to bend to support it.
Spina fusion injuries are more common in males than in females.
Spinas usually become weak and damaged when they are young, between the ages of 8 and 12, when they have not had any serious injuries.
This usually occurs between ages 12 and 14, when there is a lot of swelling in the area that has become a spinal nerve and spasms.
After the age of 10, the area becomes very swollen again, and the muscles have to be reinforced and tightened in order for the spines to keep moving properly.
This often leads to spina malformations, including a narrowing of the spinal canal, the loss of a vertebral branch, and sometimes even paralysis.
The condition can be called a spinal malformation.
A spine fracture can be an acute, transient injury that causes a significant amount of damage.
Spines fracture is usually the result when a fracture is caused by an object such as a fall or a sharp object, or when the fracture is due to the forceful impact of a blow to the spine with an object.
When spines fracture, the joint becomes fused to the body, and can be difficult to dislodge.
This results in a joint that is very rigid, and not flexible.
When one or both of the joint ends is injured, this may result in pain or discomfort that can last for months.
Other conditions that cause a spinal fusion are a spastic cerebral palsys, a degenerative disease of the brainstem, or multiple sclerosis (MS).
Spastic cerebral paralysis