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    Chronic Injury

    I compiled several questions

    Leif. We talk a lot about treatments here but are we really there?

    Leif. My remarks are my own opinion, based on my own limited knowledge, and not based on a...
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    axons and myeln

    My remarks are just my own opinion, based on my own limited knowledge, and not based on a specific literature review. I am just telling you what I think based on what I know at this moment. If I have...
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    being responsible abut hope

    It is so easy to make promises. One of the issues that I wanted to discuss in my talk at W2W was that hope itself can take on a value. What I mean is that a treatment may be offered and received, and...
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    Response to questions raised at the W2W symposium

    I would like to respond to ongoing comments about a question I was asked at the W2W conference in Washington DC on April 30th.
    Miami Project Frustrations
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    Considerations regarding surgery to untether the spinal cord or nerve roots

    Question from Dr. Young: "I want to try to understand the basis of what you describe, which reflects I think the mainstream of neurosurgery. As you know, the pain is really bad for many people and...
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    Response to Quadfather

    Thankyou for your expressed appreciation.
    1. re your first question about reviewing your films. It is true that MRI and other radiologic studies are able to provide considerable insights into...
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    Quadfather- questions about tethering

    This message is in response to Quadfather's questions.

    Q: How common is compression and/or tethering in chronic SCI?
    R: Tethering is very common but it is probably not always symptomatic. That...
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    Cauda equina injuries secondary to discal compression

    This response is directed toward some of Mark's questions. Acute disc-related cauda equina compression is a fairly rare but definite clinical syndrome. Many surgeons believe that the potential for...
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