PHYSIOLOGY OF THE SPINAL CORD: I. ROLE OF THE ANTERIOR COLUMN IN HYPERREFLEXIA

@inproceedings{Hyndman1941PHYSIOLOGYOT,
  title={PHYSIOLOGY OF THE SPINAL CORD: I. ROLE OF THE ANTERIOR COLUMN IN HYPERREFLEXIA},
  author={Olan R. Hyndman},
  year={1941}
}
In recent years considerable attention has been given to chordotomy in relation to tone and motor function. The idea that dystonic movements and spasticity might be benefited by section of certain tracts in the cord opened an intriguing field of investigation. 1 In studying some 100 patients for whom I have made sections in the cord, I have arrived at certain conclusions concerning the physiology of the cord of man. This paper deals with the results obtained with two types of anterior… CONTINUE READING