Stepwise motor and all-or-none sensory recovery is associated with nonlinear sparing after incremental spinal cord injury in rats.

@article{Kloos2005StepwiseMA,
  title={Stepwise motor and all-or-none sensory recovery is associated with nonlinear sparing after incremental spinal cord injury in rats.},
  author={Anne D. Kloos and Lesley C. Fisher and Megan Ryan Detloff and David L Hassenzahl and Daniel M. Basso},
  journal={Experimental neurology},
  year={2005},
  volume={191 2},
  pages={251-65}
}
Spinal cord injury (SCI) causes motor and sensory deficits that impair functional performance. While more functional recovery occurs with greater white matter sparing (WMS), it is unclear which locomotor features are more vulnerable to SCI than others, if recovery of certain features depends on specific amounts of WMS, and whether motor recovery patterns differ from sensory recovery. Locomotor and sensory recovery after graded contusive SCI with cord displacements of 0.3, 0.5, 0.7, 0.9, 1.1, 1… CONTINUE READING

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