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SUPRASPINAL AND AFFERENT SIGNALING FACILITATE SPINAL SENSORIMOTOR NETWORK EXCITABILITY AFTER DISCOMPLETE SPINAL CORD INJURY: A CASE REPORT
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Year of publication2020
Языканглийский
  • Baltina Tatyana Valerevna, author
  • Lavrov Igor Aleksandrovich, author
  • Milickova Alyona Dmitrievna, author
  • Mukhametova Elvira Rishatovna, author
  • Fatykhova Elza Fagilovna, author
  • Sharifullin Safar Salikhovich, author
  • Bibliographic description in the original language Militskova A, Mukhametova E, Fatykhova E, Sharifullin S., Cuellar C.A., Calvert J.S., Grahn P., Baltina T., Lavrov I. Supraspinal and Afferent Signaling Facilitate Spinal Sensorimotor Network Excitability After Discomplete Spinal Cord Injury: A Case Report//Frontiers in Neuroscience. - 2020. - Vol.14, Is.. - Art. № 552.doi: 10.3389/fnins.2020.00552
    Annotation In this study, we evaluated the role of residual supraspinal and afferent signaling and their convergence on the sublesional spinal network in subject diagnosed with complete paralysis (AIS-A).These results demonstrate that combination of electrophysiological techniques with positional and reinforcement maneuvers can add to the diagnostics of discomplete SCI. These findings also support an idea that integration of supraspinal and afferent information on sub-lesional circuitry plays a critical role in facilitation of spinal sensorimotor network in discomplete SCI.
    Keywords spinal cord injury, AIS-A, discomplete spinal cord injury, spinal cord stimulation, sub-lesional spinal circuitry
    The name of the journal Frontiers in Neuroscience
    URL https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85087474958&doi=10.3389%2ffnins.2020.00552&partnerID=40&md5=0434f6a71e5837f644ff8734602ddc90
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