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Traumatic cervical are injuries are very common due to high motility of cervical spine and its vulnerability to traumatic injuries. Optimal time for stabilizing the patients with traumatic spinal fractures remains controversial. It is almost due to different outcomes in various studies and the lack of consensus about it. Here we explain an ultra–early cord decompression that led to complete recovery of a patient with severe cervical cord injury. Case Presentation The patient was a 27-year-olddoi:10.17140/emoj-7-160 fatcat:wxtioexj4vehjcw4kbrr23pwie