Spinal Cord Dysfunction: Volume III: Functional Stimulation

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The first volume of spinal cord dysfunction addressed the problems of assessment of function with particular reference to plasticity in the central nervous system. The second volume was concerned with early intervention and treatment, including the prevention of secondary pathological events following spinal cord injury. In this volume, restoration of function after spinal cord damage is seen from the point of view of identification of impaired or absent function in nerve cells and processes which survive after the initial ...

Spinal Cord Dysfunction: Volume III: Functional Stimulation 1992, Oxford University Press, USA, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780192619198

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