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Upper limb kinematics after cervical spinal cord injury: a review

Upper limb kinematics after cervical spinal cord injury: a review

... Although a number of upper limb kinematic studies have been conducted, no review actually addresses the key-features of open-chain upper limb movements after cervical spinal cord injury (SCI). ...

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Bimanual reach to grasp movements after cervical spinal cord injury

Bimanual reach to grasp movements after cervical spinal cord injury

... the cervical spinal cord results in bilateral deficits in arm/hand function reducing functional independence and quality of ...following cervical spinal cord injury ...

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The effect of task symmetry on bimanual reach-to-grasp movements after cervical spinal cord injury

The effect of task symmetry on bimanual reach-to-grasp movements after cervical spinal cord injury

... the cervical spinal cord results in deficits in bimanual control, reducing functional independence and quality of ...following cervical spinal cord injury ...post ...

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... with spinal cord injury have several problems regarding eating and ...of spinal cord injured ...handicapped. Spinal cord injury is highly seen in the young aged ...

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The effects of unimanual and bimanual massed practice on upper limb function in adults with cervical spinal cord injury: a systematic review

The effects of unimanual and bimanual massed practice on upper limb function in adults with cervical spinal cord injury: a systematic review

... Anderson, A orcid.org/0000-0002-4048-6880, Alexanders, J, Addington, C et al. (1 more author) (2019) The effects of unimanual and bimanual massed practice on upper limb function in adults with cervical ...

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Intraoperative sonography of cervical spinal cord injury: results in 30 patients

Intraoperative sonography of cervical spinal cord injury: results in 30 patients

... M Grade Ill lesion at C3-C4 Focus of increased T2-weighted signal at C3-C4 consistent disk level with contusion Two foci of increased T2M Two grade II lesions at C4-C5 and mid-C5 weighte[r] ...

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Original Article A hemi-contusive cervical spinal cord injury model with displacement control in rats

Original Article A hemi-contusive cervical spinal cord injury model with displacement control in rats

... anterior horn and lateral funiculus was obser- ved in the present study using an oblique hemi- contusion cervical SCI model. This hemi-contu- sion model was first developed by Lee and his colleague, who declared ...

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Ulnar nerve integrity predicts 1-year outcome in cervical spinal cord injury

Ulnar nerve integrity predicts 1-year outcome in cervical spinal cord injury

... Once higher CMAP amplitudes were identified to be associated with better neurological recovery, we de- signed a logistic multivariable model in order to analyze whether early ulnar CMAP amplitudes are an independ- ent ...

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A suite of automated tools to quantify hand and wrist motor function after cervical spinal cord injury

A suite of automated tools to quantify hand and wrist motor function after cervical spinal cord injury

... cSCI participants were tested with the GRASSP and JHFT exams, two established functional arm assessments suited to the injury [5]. Both assessments were adminis- tered by trained medical professionals with ...

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Multivariate Analysis of MRI Biomarkers for Predicting Neurologic Impairment in Cervical Spinal Cord Injury

Multivariate Analysis of MRI Biomarkers for Predicting Neurologic Impairment in Cervical Spinal Cord Injury

... blunt cervical SCI evaluated at a Level I trauma center (Zucker- berg San Francisco General Hospital) from 2005 to ...acute cervical SCI, 2) age ⱖ 18 years, 3) presurgical cervical spine MR imaging ...

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The meaning of self-care in persons with cervical spinal cord injury in Japan: a qualitative study

The meaning of self-care in persons with cervical spinal cord injury in Japan: a qualitative study

... Secondary conditions such as pressure sores, bladder in- fection, obesity, and pain are preventable or manageable medical complications in persons with physical disabil- ities [1-4]. However, once these secondary ...

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Optimal treatment for Spinal Cord Injury associated with cervical canal Stenosis (OSCIS): a study protocol for a randomized controlled trial comparing early versus delayed surgery

Optimal treatment for Spinal Cord Injury associated with cervical canal Stenosis (OSCIS): a study protocol for a randomized controlled trial comparing early versus delayed surgery

... Acute cervical spinal cord injury (SCI) is one of the most devastating conditions, and can lead to paralysis, sensory impairment and bowel, bladder and sexual ...with cervical canal ...

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Morphological analysis for subaxial cervical pedicle screw insertion in developmental and non developmental canal stenosis

Morphological analysis for subaxial cervical pedicle screw insertion in developmental and non developmental canal stenosis

... underwent cervical spinal multipla- nar CT imaging were enrolled in this ...had cervical spondylotic myelopathy (CSM), cer- vical spondylotic radiculopathy (CSR), or cervical spinal ...

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Acute non-ambulatory tetraparesis with absence of the dens in two large breed dogs: case reports with a radiographic study of relatives

Acute non-ambulatory tetraparesis with absence of the dens in two large breed dogs: case reports with a radiographic study of relatives

... of spinal cord dysfunction at admission, radiographic appearance of the dens, age, or a history of ...traumatic cervical spinal cord injury, Miyanji et ...the spinal ...

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Motor Injury by Compression of Spinal Cord at Cervical Level During Surgery  

Motor Injury by Compression of Spinal Cord at Cervical Level During Surgery  

... The patient was seen in outpatient clinics since 2014. A complete and detailed clinical history was made and any type of clinical pathway was followed regarding the Conservative and Symptomatic treatment. The mandatory ...

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Effect of Exercise Program on the Rehabilitation of Patients with Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy

Effect of Exercise Program on the Rehabilitation of Patients with Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy

... Firstly the results presented here indicate that volun- tary physical activity can prime adult sensory and motor neurons for enhanced axonal regeneration after subse- quent injury [20]. Previous works have showed ...

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Meaning of self-management from the perspective of individuals with traumatic spinal cord injury, their caregivers, and acute care and rehabilitation managers: an opportunity for improved care delivery

Meaning of self-management from the perspective of individuals with traumatic spinal cord injury, their caregivers, and acute care and rehabilitation managers: an opportunity for improved care delivery

... Hirsche and colleagues [13] conducted a qualitative study on the experiences of individuals with neurological conditions, including stroke, multiple sclerosis, as well as SCI, who participated in the Stanford Chronic ...

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Heritability of cervical spinal cord structure

Heritability of cervical spinal cord structure

... study spinal cord structure, enabling rater- independent segmentation and quantification of spinal cord ...the spinal cord cross-sectional area (CSA), left- right width (LRW), and ...

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Width and neurophysiologic properties of tissue bridges predict recovery after cervical injury

Width and neurophysiologic properties of tissue bridges predict recovery after cervical injury

... Within the motor system, we found a 3-way relationship between ventral midsagittal tissue bridges, MEPs, and motor recovery of the lower limbs. The MEP assessments quantify noninvasively the cortical and spinal ...

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Alterations in amino acid levels and metabolite ratio of spinal cord in rat with myocardial ischemia-reperfusion injury by proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy

Alterations in amino acid levels and metabolite ratio of spinal cord in rat with myocardial ischemia-reperfusion injury by proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy

... IR injury had higher concentration of Tau in the upper thoracic spinal cord (P < ...the cervical segment of the spinal cord (P < ...thoracic spinal cord (P ...

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