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More on David Pollack: Fractured C-6 Vertebrae

The doctor released details about David Pollack's injury.

"The main thing is he does have a C-6 (vertebra) fracture," said Dr. Anthony Guanciale, director of orthopedic spine surgery at University of Cincinnati Hospital.

"His fracture was mild to moderate. His neurological status is normal. He has no spinal cord involvement or injury."


"The halo is the most stable brace because it allows no movement," Guanciale said. "How (the bone) heals and if it is stable are the big things. There will be a big evaluation in about nine months."

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Also, Mark Curnutte confirmed the e-mail from David's wife was legit even though Marvin Lewis said point blank, "don't follow a rumor."