Influence of spinal reflexes on the locomotor pattern after spinal cord injury.


In complete spinal cord injured (cSCI) subjects a shift from dominant early (60-120ms latency) to dominant late (120-450ms latency) spinal reflex (SR) components occurs over time after injury. This shift is assumed to reflect a spinal neuronal dysfunction below the level of a spinal lesion. The neuronal pathways of SR are suggested to be closely connected… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.gaitpost.2011.06.012


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