Mekhael Wagdy

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The effects of acrobatic exercise and magnetic stimulation (MS) in mice applied either separately or in combination while on recovery after spinal cord injury have been investigated. This progress has been compared in six groups of animals. The first two groups consisted of non-injured and injured animals, respectively, which were not exposed to any(More)
The effects of repetitive trans-spinal magnetic stimulation (rTSMS), combined with acrobatic exercise on functional locomotor recovery in chronic spinal-contused mice were tested. The exposure to magnetic stimulation was initiated 3 weeks after injury, when the animals entered chronic stage. The rTSMS was applied for a total of 4 weeks over a 9-week(More)
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