Spinal Cord Injuries Clinical Trials

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Clinical Outcome in Patients With Syringomyelia COPSM

The aim of this study is to determine the clinical spectrum and natural progression of Syringomyelia (SM) and related disorders in a prospective single center study, identify digital, imaging and molecular biomarkers that can assist in diagnosis and therapy development and study the etiology and molecular mechanisms of these diseases.

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  • 13 Jun, 2021
  • 1 location
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Can Prophylactic Foraminotomy Prevent C5 Palsy

C5 palsy (C5P) is a well-known, although rare complication of cervical spine decompression surgery. In severe forms, C5P causes debilitating upper extremity weakness involving the deltoids and/or biceps brachii muscles, ultimately diminishing these patients' quality of life. Furthermore, about half of patients with C5P present with sensory deficits and/or intractable …

cervical laminectomy
decompression surgery
laminoplasty
c5 palsy
foraminotomy
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  • 26 Feb, 2021
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Microgrid II - Electrocorticography Signals for Human Hand Prosthetics

Neurologic disease with loss of motor function is a major health burden. Brain-computer interfaces (BCI) are systems that use brain signals to power an external device, such as a communication board or a prosthetic device, which may help people with loss of motor function. Electrocorticography (ECoG) has been used to …

electrocorticography
epilepsy
  • 10 views
  • 04 May, 2021
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Testing of a New Therapeutic Vibration Device to Reduce Neuromuscular Weakness in Hospitalized Patients

Objective: Test the ability of vibration to produce physiologic, biochemical, and anatomic changes consistent with exercise that would help prevent the development of muscle weakness that occurs when patients are immobile for long periods of time.

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  • 02 Apr, 2021
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Derivation of New Human Embryonic Stem Cell Lines Lines for Clinical Use

Human embryonic stem cells (hESCs) are isolated from the early human embryo and have the capability to proliferate indefinitely in culture and to develop into nearly every cell of the human body. Therefore, hESCs may serve as a renewable unlimited source of cells for transplantation therapy. Because of the use …

blood test
  • 129 views
  • 21 Aug, 2021
  • 1 location