[Transplants as a therapy after spinal cord injury].

Abstract

This review describes shortly phenomena that take place in different parts of central nervous system (CNS) after the spinal cord injury: 1/ due to axotomy many of neurones present outside the cavity of lesion (even those of supraspinal origin) can atrophy or die as an effect of necrosis or apoptosis; 2/ at the injury site itself, the primary and secondary… (More)

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