Sympathetic neural outflow in spinal man. A preliminary report.


Microelectrode recordings were made from peroneal skin or muscle fascicles in 11 patients with traumatic spinal cord transection. Spontaneous neural activity was sparse. Both in skin and muscle nerve recordings pressure on the abdomen over the bladder, electrical skin stimulation and skin pinching below the level of the lesion gave rise to single bursts of… (More)


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