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Rapid and robust recovery of breathing 1.5 years after cervical spinal cord injury — SPINAL CORD INJURY RESEARCH AND ADVOCACY

Methods to restore respiratory function following chronic cervical spinal cord injury (SCI) have not been extensively studied. This represents a major gap in our current understanding as the primary cause of morbidity and mortality following cervical SCI is respiratory motor dysfunction. The loss of this activity after SCI is caused by disruption to supraspinal control […]

via Rapid and robust recovery of breathing 1.5 years after cervical spinal cord injury — SPINAL CORD INJURY RESEARCH AND ADVOCACY

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