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Flexion reflexes elicited by surface stimulation in spinal cord-injured man have been used to provide limb flexion in gait restoration. In this study, the pattern of the flexion reflexes observed in one subject supports the theory that a spinal stepping generator exists in man.
Suugeon-Majok Tuson details, in this pamphlet, four instances which came under his own observation in which the cessation of cholera followed the burning of sulphur fires in villages. Several other instances of benefit, apparently derived from this measure, communicated to the author by other observers, are also related. His directions for carrying out the… (More)
Flexion reflexes, elicited by surface stimulation, can be used to produce a simple form of stepping in spinal cord injured (SCI) humans. A drawback of this approach is a decreasing magnitude of flexion reflex to repeated presentations of the stimuli (habituation). Pilot data indicated that high intensity stimulation could produce dishabituation of the… (More)