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Thread: When there is true regeneration will rehab be necessary to detect initial recovery?

  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by NowhereMan View Post
    c) Improved sensation just below injury is not a sign of regeneration. To quote the only person you listen to:
    Thank you. He asked where I got it from.

    Let's not forget the dozens of studies shared published by scientists who happen to be not him. I probably listen to them too.

  2. #22
    Debating on CareCure is like participating in the special-olympics. You may win, but you're still disabled.

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  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by NowhereMan View Post
    Those are all just abstracts. Do you have a link to any with full text?
    Bioarctic:

    http://publications.ki.se/xmlui/bits...pdf?sequence=5

    About the research conducted by Dr Vaquero that's all I've seen in english.
    Debating on CareCure is like participating in the special-olympics. You may win, but you're still disabled.

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by void View Post
    Bioarctic:

    http://publications.ki.se/xmlui/bits...pdf?sequence=5

    About the research conducted by Dr Vaquero that's all I've seen in english.
    That is a thesis paper by some phd student. I'm looking for the real published article. They might charge money though so they're unattainable to you and me.

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by NowhereMan View Post
    That is a thesis paper by some phd student. I'm looking for the real published article. They might charge money though so they're unattainable to you and me.
    Yeah, entirely based on the papers. The best I could do.
    Debating on CareCure is like participating in the special-olympics. You may win, but you're still disabled.

  7. #27
    Maybe a little off topic but...

    http://publications.ki.se/xmlui/bits...pdf?sequence=5

    In their method they guide the nerves over the lesion into the grey matter. This to come around the adressing problem. They claim this will get a more direct way to the CPG. They also claim it would be very difficult(impossible?) for axons finding their target if going into the white matter. I don't really think this correspond with what I have read earlier.
    Debating on CareCure is like participating in the special-olympics. You may win, but you're still disabled.

  8. #28
    But you only get voluntary control of muscles if you get the CST to work and this tract is mainly in the white matter

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by NowhereMan View Post
    Those are all just abstracts. Do you have a link to any with full text?
    http://www.apinme.org/documentos/com...torVaquero.pdf

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by crabbyshark View Post
    Thank you. He asked where I got it from.

    Let's not forget the dozens of studies shared published by scientists who happen to be not him. I probably listen to them too.
    Crabby, you should change your name into "funnyshark" LOL!
    In God we trust; all others bring data. - Edwards Deming

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