Differential tactile and motor recovery and cortical map alteration after C4–C5 spinal hemisection

@article{Martinez2010DifferentialTA,
  title={Differential tactile and motor recovery and cortical map alteration after C4–C5 spinal hemisection},
  author={Marina Martinez and Maxime Delcour and Michael Russier and Yoh'i Zennou-Azogui and Jean-Michel Brezun},
  journal={Experimental Neurology},
  year={2010},
  volume={221},
  pages={186-197}
}
After incomplete spinal cord injury (SCI), the adult central nervous system is spontaneously capable of substantial reorganizations that can underlie functional recovery. Most studies have focused on intraspinal reorganizations after SCI and not on the correlative cortical remodeling. Yet, differential studies of neural correlates of the recovery of sensory and motor abilities may be conducted by segregating motor and somatosensory representations in distinct and topologically organized primary… CONTINUE READING

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