Clement Leech

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Electrophysiological recordings were made from primary somatosensory cortex in a raccoon that had suffered a traumatic amputation of the forearm some time prior to its capture. Neurons in the affected forepaw region of sensory cortex were not silent but responded to cutaneous or neuroma activation of the remaining forearm stump. In addition, cells at many(More)
Direct communication between attending/treating physician and Independent Medical Examiner sometimes become necessary, especially by phone, to clarify some issues when there is a question of medical necessity of a procedure or test as it relates to the claim. I have had to do this occasionally myself as an Independent Medical Examiner. I recall many(More)
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