Restorative Neurology of Spinal Cord Injury.
Following injury or disease, neural circuitry can be altered to varying degrees leading to highly individualized characteristics that may or may not resemble original function. In addition, lost or partially damaged circuits and the effects of biological recovery processes coupled with learned compe...
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- Cover; Contents; Contributors; PART I: The Clinical Practice of Restorative Neurology; 1. Residual Motor Function after Spinal Cord Injury; 2. Neurophysiological Principles for the Assessment of Residual Motor Control Below the Spinal Cord Injury in Humans; 3. Restorative Neurology of Motor Control after Spinal Cord Injury: Clinical Practice; PART II: Neurocontrol of Locomotion and Repair of the Injured Spinal Cord; 4. Neural Control of Locomotion; 5. Summary of Strategies Used to Repair the Injured Spinal Cord; PART III: Practical Aspects of Reconstructive Neurosurgery.
- 6. The Reconstructive Neurosurgery of Spinal Cord Injury7. Criteria for Biological Interventions for Spinal Cord Injury Repair; PART IV: Assessment of Motor Control in Chronic and Acute Spinal Cord Injury; 8. Neurophysiological Assessment of Human Motor Control and Changes Caused by Spinal Cord Injury; 9. Neurophysiological Monitoring of the Human Spinal Cord Functional Integrity during Surgical Interventions; 10. Transcutaneous Lumbar Posterior Root Stimulation for Motor Control Studies and Modification of Motor Activity after Spinal Cord Injury; Epilogue.
- Appendix I: A Manual for the Neurophysiological Assessment of Motor Control: Th e Brain Motor Control Assessment (BMCA) ProtocolAppendix II: Academic Environment for the Development of Human Motor Control in Ljubljana; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T; U; V; W; Y; Z.