Monday, June 14, 2021

Tag: MRI

Half of spinal cord injury patients may still have some connectivity, Australian study finds

The sensation James Stanley misses most is the squidgey feeling of wet sand between his toes. Sometimes it's dangling his legs into cool water, and the feeling of soft grass under his feet. "They're very...

Irreversible tissue loss can occur quickly after spinal cord injury

Degenerative tissue loss resulting from a spinal cord injury was shown to develop in the spinal cord and brain as early as 40 days after the injury, according to a study published in The...

Musical glove could improve mobility after spinal cord injury

The wireless device is helping tetraplegic study participants learn songs on a keyboard while improving sensation in their hands. A wireless musical glove developed at Georgia Tech not only teaches users to play songs on...

Spinal Cord Injury: Contusions and Compressions of the Spinal Cord

The most common types of spinal cord injury are contusions and compressions. Unlike most other parts of the human body that get contused (bruised) or compressed (pressured), the spinal cord when so affected can...

Nigeria: Spinal Cord Injuries – Reducing Number of Citizens On Wheel Chairs

Rafeal Ode, 31, suffered a neck injury following a road traffic accident. He was paralysed immediately due to damage to his spinal cord. He was recovered from the scene of the accident and transported to hospital...

Spine Injury Information Many Doctors Don’t Explain

Many doctors still don't adequately explain the anatomy of the spine, the reasons for a patient's pain and the anticipated treatment plan. Here we will discuss the intricacies of spinal injuries and how a...