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Plos One : Degeneration of the Injured Cervical Cord is Associated with Remote Changes in Corticospinal Tract Integrity and Upper Limb Impairment, Volume 7

By Hou, Bing

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Title: Plos One : Degeneration of the Injured Cervical Cord is Associated with Remote Changes in Corticospinal Tract Integrity and Upper Limb Impairment, Volume 7  
Author: Hou, Bing
Volume: Volume 7
Language: English
Subject: Journals, Science, Medical Science
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Description : Axonal degeneration of the CST in the atrophic cervical cord, proximal to the site of injury, parallels cranial CST degeneration and is associated with disability. This DTI protocol can be used in longitudinal assessment of microstructural changes immediately following injury and may be utilised to predict progression and monitor interventions aimed at promoting spinal cord repair.

 

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