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Hypogonadism Clinical Trials

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Genetic Analysis of the Chiari I Malformation

Objectives: The goal of this study is to establish family pedigrees and undertake genetic linkage analysis that will identify gene loci associated with the Chiari I malformation and underdevelopment of the bone forming the posterior cranial fossa. Study Population: Patients and family members of patients with the Chiari I malformation. ...

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Investigation of Brain Functional MRI as an Early Biomarker of Recovery in Individuals With Spinal Cord Injury

Early detection of response to spinal cord injury (SCI) therapeutic intervention programs is vital, as it will enable early termination of intervention in non-responding patients, prevent unnecessary financial burden, and allow for early changes of the programs. In this project, the investigators propose that resting state functional MRI (rsfMRI) can ...

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Inherited Reproductive Disorders

The key initiating factors for reproductive development remain among the great mysteries of pediatric and reproductive endocrinology. The onset of puberty is initiated by pulsatile secretion of gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) from the hypothalamus. The neuroendocrine events leading to increased GnRH secretion and the resultant onset of puberty remain largely unknown. ...

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Ataxia Imaging and Exercise Disease Using MRI and Gait Analysis

Individuals with degenerative cerebellar disease (DCD) exhibit gradual loss of coordination resulting in impaired balance, gait deviations, and severe, progressive disability. With no available disease-modifying medications, balance training is the primary treatment option to improve motor skills and functional performance. There is no evidence, however, that balance training impacts DCD ...

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Outcomes After Spinal Cord Injury (OASIS)

The National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center estimates 282,000 people in the US live with spinal cord injury (SCI), with approximately 17,000 new cases occurring each year. There has been tremendous progress in the medical and rehabilitative management of people who have sustained SCI including improved clinical outcomes, decreased mortality ...

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Evaluation of Caregiver Burden Needs and Expectations of Spinal Muscular Atrophy Parents

Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) is a group of neuromuscular diseases involving the spinal cord anterior horn cells and brain stem motor nuclei. It is followed by programmed cell death. It progresses with symmetrical weakness and atrophy of voluntary muscles throughout the body. It leads to a decrease in mobility with ...

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Genetic Characterization of Movement Disorders and Dementias

Objective The objective of this study is to ascertain individuals with a clinical diagnosis of a movement disorder or dementia, their affected and unaffected family members, and unrelated, healthy individuals (to provide control samples); to characterize their phenotypes; and to identify and further characterize genetic contributions to etiology by collecting ...

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Investigation on the Cortical Communication (CortiCom) System

The successful adoption of brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) as assistive technologies (ATs) for disabled populations depends on the ability to elicit rapid, intuitive, and reliable control signals. To date, it is not known which sources of neural information provide the most natural and efficient means of control. This study will directly ...

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Investigation Into an Innovative Clinical Slip Inducing Device in the Chronic Incomplete Spinal Cord Population

All planks appear the same but can be adjusted on the underside allowing for it to be stable or can allow a slip in the forward and/or backward direction of up to 8 inches. This distance was determined from a review of slip bio-mechanics that noted that a slip is ...

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Non-invasive Cervical Electrical Stimulation for SCI

Roughly 60% of spinal cord injuries occur at the cervical level. Most injuries are anatomically incomplete. Activating spared nerve circuits augments functional recovery of the damaged nervous system. With this goal, the Investigators have developed a novel method of non-invasive cervical electrical stimulation (CES). Preliminary data show that CES triggers ...

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