PMID: 59019Jun 26, 1976

Dorsal-column stimulation in the rehabilitation of patients with multiple sclerosis

L S IllisM A Awadalla


Two patients with chroic neurological deficit due to multiple sclerosis have been treated by percutaneous continuous dorsal-column stimulation. Motor, sensory, and bladder function improved significantly.


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