Perfusion-limited recovery of evoked potential function after spinal cord injury.

@article{Carlson2000PerfusionlimitedRO,
  title={Perfusion-limited recovery of evoked potential function after spinal cord injury.},
  author={Gregory D Carlson and Carey D Gorden and S Nakazowa and Eiji Wada and K E Warden and Joseph C. LaManna},
  journal={Spine},
  year={2000},
  volume={25 10},
  pages={1218-26}
}
STUDY DESIGN The current study was designed to determine whether progressive spinal cord damage during residual compression is caused by low blood flow and ischemia. OBJECTIVES The purpose of this experiment was to determine the effects of sustained spinal cord compression on regional blood flow and evoked potential recovery after time-dependent decompression. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Spinal cord injury after trauma is commonly associated with residual cord compression. Although decreased… CONTINUE READING

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Spinal cord injury after trauma is commonly associated with residual cord compression .
Spinal cord injury after trauma is commonly associated with residual cord compression .
Spinal cord injury after trauma is commonly associated with residual cord compression .
Spinal cord injury after trauma is commonly associated with residual cord compression .
Spinal cord injury after trauma is commonly associated with residual cord compression .
Spinal cord injury after trauma is commonly associated with residual cord compression .
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