Nerve transfer surgery has been implicated as a safe and effective addition to surgical techniques for upper limb reanimation in tetraplegia.
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A natural human monoclonal antibody protects from axonal injury in different CNS degenerative disease models
Discover the factors that inhibit axon regrowth following CNS injury and the potential therapeutics being developed to overome them, in this special report from Future Neurology.
Researchers have demonstrated that a tetraplegic patient can learn to adapt neural activity to maintain control of a brain-machine interface in the face of technical challenges.
As part of our Spotlight on neuroregeneration, Lauren Pulling (Editor) spoke to Dr Terry Burns about his work in the field.
A new study has demonstrated the potential of excitatory intermittent theta burst stimulation (iTBS) for reducing spasticity in patients with spinal cord injury.
Lauren Pulling, Neuro Central Editor, chats to Freya Leask about the latest updates from clinical trials for cell therapy for spinal cord injuries.
Researchers have demonstrated that spinal injury causes changes to the gut microbiome resulting in dysbiosis, which can cause or contribute to neurological disease.
Microglia have increasingly been implicated in the pathogenesis of neuropathic pain, this article explores the relationship and the transcriptional factors driving the association.