There is no cure for central cord syndrome, nor is there a standard course of treatment, although drug therapy, surgery, and rest are often part of the program. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is used to indicate the degree of spinal cord compression and vertebral instability. Recent studies suggest that surgery can be beneficial in individuals with persistent compression of the spinal cord and ongoing neurological deterioration.
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