Human head and neck Spinal locomotion

Development of human locomotionDevelopment of human locomotion
Spinal locomotion
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Neural development and regeneration: it´s all in your spinal cordNeural development and regeneration: it´s all in your spinal cord
Centre for Neuroregeneration, School of Biomedical Sciences, The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh eh16 4SB, uk. Spinal locomotion
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Action Potential Generation & SignalingAction Potential Generation & Signaling
Explain the processes involved in neural communication that allow for cell-cell signaling, muscle force production, involuntary and voluntary movement, and locomotion. Spinal locomotion
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Transplantation of Mesenchymal Stem Cells Promotes the Alternative Pathway of Macrophage Activation and Functional Recovery after Spinal Cord InjuryTransplantation of Mesenchymal Stem Cells Promotes the Alternative Pathway of Macrophage Activation and Functional Recovery after Spinal Cord Injury
Hideaki Nakajima, md, PhD,1,ca kenzo Uchida, md, PhD,1 Alexander Rodriguez Guerrero, md,1 Shuji Watanabe, md,1 Naoto Takeura, md,1 Ai Yoshida, md,1 Karina T. Wright, PhD,2 William E. B. Johnson, PhD3 and Hisatoshi Baba, md, PhD1. Spinal locomotion
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The neurological examinationThe neurological examination
The parts of a standard neurologic examination include evaluation of the head (mentation and cranial nerves), gait, limbs (postural reactions and spinal reflexes) and pain/nociception. Spinal locomotion
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Robotic-assisted locomotor training enhances ankle performance in adults with incomplete spinal cord injuryRobotic-assisted locomotor training enhances ankle performance in adults with incomplete spinal cord injury
Department of Physical Therapy, California State University at Long Beach, ca 90840, United States. Spinal locomotion
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Lecture 24 Posture and Locomotion KrakauerLecture 24 Posture and Locomotion Krakauer
Postural control: taken for granted until you lose it! e g., the most devastating and difficult symptom to treat in Parkinson’s disease. Spinal locomotion
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Review of Activity-Based Interventions to Improve Neurological OutcomesReview of Activity-Based Interventions to Improve Neurological Outcomes
Title: Locomotor Training Approaches for Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury: a preliminary Report of Walking Related Outcomes. Spinal locomotion
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The effects of Intensive training on motor RecoveryThe effects of Intensive training on motor Recovery
The data provides strong bases for greater use of intensive exercise therapy, particularly use of weight-supported treadmill training for people with spinal cord injury and stroke. Spinal locomotion
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Neural network coordination in the spinal cord Metachronal propagation of motor activity Melanie Falgairolle1, Jean-Charles CeccatoNeural network coordination in the spinal cord Metachronal propagation of motor activity Melanie Falgairolle1, Jean-Charles Ceccato
Melanie Falgairolle1, Jean-Charles Ceccato1, Mathieu de Seze2, Marc Herbin3, Jean-Rene Cazalets4. Spinal locomotion
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Habitual upright bipedalism: What is it and Why did it evolve? Part 1 of 2 partsHabitual upright bipedalism: What is it and Why did it evolve? Part 1 of 2 parts
Bipedalism, or the ability to walk on two legs, is one of the things that separates humans from apes. Walking on two legs isn't a characteristic exclusive to humans: birds do it, so do kangaroos, and even our closest cousins, the apes. Spinal locomotion
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Spinal Cord Recovery in the OpossumSpinal Cord Recovery in the Opossum
Associate Investigators: Associate Professor Kate Dziegielewska, Dr Samantha Richardson, Professor Dalton Dietrich, Dr Helen Stolp, Dr Jessie Truettner, Dr Paul Samollow. Spinal locomotion
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Saladin, Human Anatomy 3e Detailed Chapter Summary Chapter 14, The Spinal Cord and Spinal NervesSaladin, Human Anatomy 3e Detailed Chapter Summary Chapter 14, The Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves
The spinal cord conducts signals up and down the body, contains central pattern generators that control locomotion, and mediates many reflexes. Spinal locomotion
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