New Understanding of Nerve Damage Caused by Spinal Cord Injury Could Improve Treatment Design, Journal of Neurotrauma Reveals

Published: Jan 04, 2013

More than half of traumatic spinal cord injuries (SCI) in humans are cervical lesions, resulting in chronic loss of limb function. A better understanding of the link between the neurologic damage caused by SCI, spontaneous motor function recovery, and long-term motor deficits would lead to better therapeutic approaches, as discussed in an article in Journal of Neurotrauma.

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