The optimal segment for spinal cord stimulation in intractable epilepsy: a virally mediated transsynaptic tracing study in spinally transected transgenic mice.

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Several lines of evidence have indicated the success of spinal cord stimulation (SCS) for the treatment of movement disorders and pain [1–5]. Because advantages of reversibility and adjustability exist, SCS is expected to have therapeutic effects for patients with intractable epilepsy [6]. Studies in rodents have highlighted that SCS, consisting of… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.yebeh.2013.09.021

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@article{Ye2013TheOS, title={The optimal segment for spinal cord stimulation in intractable epilepsy: a virally mediated transsynaptic tracing study in spinally transected transgenic mice.}, author={Dawei Ye and De-Fang Ding and Tao-tao Liu and Xue-bi Tian and Cheng Yi Liu and Rong-Chun Li and Hongbing Xiang and Chi Wai Cheung}, journal={Epilepsy & behavior : E&B}, year={2013}, volume={29 3}, pages={599-601} }