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Adipose Tissue Injection Relieves Spinal Cord Injury Patient's Chronic Shoulder Pain

News   Jun 13, 2019 | Original story from the Kessler Foundation

 
Adipose Tissue Injection Relieves Spinal Cord Injury Patient's Chronic Shoulder Pain

Wheelchair user with spinal cord injury undergoes followup examination for intervention for shoulder pain at Kessler by Drs. Malanga and Dyson-Hudson. Credit: Kessler Foundation/ Jody Banks

 
 
 

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