Spinal Cord Injuries

Spinal cord injuries are serious and can cause temporary or permanent changes including loss of muscle function, sensation, or autonomic functions. Here is the latest research.

August 9, 2020
Open Access

Baicalin relieves neuropathic pain by regulating α2 -adrenoceptor levels in rats following spinal nerve injury

Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine
Lan-Ji HuangQing-Song Jin
August 10, 2020

Assessment of lumbar spinal disc injury in frontal crashes

Computers in Biology and Medicine
Sorosh AmiriMohamad Parnianpour
August 12, 2020

AMPK controls the axonal regenerative ability of dorsal root ganglia sensory neurons after spinal cord injury

Nature Metabolism
Guiping KongSimone Di Giovanni
August 11, 2020
Preprint

At-level allodynia after mid-thoracic contusion in the rat

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
G. H. BlumenthalKaren A Moxon
August 11, 2020
Review
Open Access

Application of fibrin-based hydrogels for nerve protection and regeneration after spinal cord injury

Journal of Biological Engineering
Ziyuan YuZhiping Qi
August 8, 2020

Improving quality of life after spinal cord injury in India with telehealth

Spinal Cord Series and Cases
Nishu TyagiMarcalee Alexander
August 11, 2020

A novel model of acute closed ventral spinal cord injury and its pathological changes in rats

American Journal of Translational Research
Wei HuXiaoming Hu
August 8, 2020

A Primary Care Provider's Guide to Managing Respiratory Health in Subacute and Chronic Spinal Cord Injury

Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation
Maria Regina L ReyesSara Mercedes Granda
August 8, 2020

Conventional Radiotherapy and Stereotactic Radiosurgery in the Management of Metastatic Spine Disease

Technology in Cancer Research & Treatment
Hao-Ran ZhangYong-Cheng Hu
August 9, 2020

Type and frequency of wheelchair repairs and resulting adverse consequences among veteran wheelchair users

Disability and Rehabilitation. Assistive Technology
Geoffrey V HendersonLynn A Worobey
August 8, 2020

Cervical, thoracolumbar, and sacral spine trauma classifications: past, present, and future

Neurological Research
Christina GergesTimothy Moore
August 12, 2020

40 years of experience in functional surgery of the tetraplegic upper limb

Hand Surgery and Rehabilitation
Y Allieu
August 9, 2020

Proximal adductor avulsions are rarely isolated but usually involve injury to the PLAC and pectineus: descriptive MRI findings in 145 athletes

Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy : Official Journal of the ESSKA
Ernest SchildersJustin Charles Lee
August 8, 2020

Early versus Delayed Surgery for Spinal Epidural Abscess : Clinical Outcome and Health-Related Quality of Life

Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society
Bedjan BehmaneshLutz Weise
August 8, 2020

Pain relief during labor - what do we know and what should we know? research based on the student population in Warsaw

Wiadomości lekarskie : organ Polskiego Towarzystwa Lekarskiego
Martyna RozekDariusz Kosson
August 11, 2020
Open Access

Silencing of Long Non-Coding RNA (lncRNA) Nuclear Paraspeckle Assembly Transcript 1 (NEAT1) Protects PC-12 Cells from LPS-Induced Injury via Targeting miR-29a

Medical Science Monitor : International Medical Journal of Experimental and Clinical Research
Yunchao Ban, Cui Cui

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