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Thread: Spinal Cord Stimulation Helps Paralyzed People Move Their Hands

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    I'm trying to figure if they are complete or incomplete... I know in the article it says they are with severe injuries but that doesn't necessarily mean complete.
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    That's a very good question. I will read them again.

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    It is not very clear from what I read.

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    not this but most of the previous articles about Epidural stimulation always seemed like they tried to stress that these results are on "completes". That was one of Epidural stimulations' early allures
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    By the looks of it the man in the video is an AIS C who already had some sort of hand movement before the intervention, which was improved by three times. I am still curious to see how does it bring back some hand movement to a complete quad.

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    to quote the great Veruca Salt from "Willy Wonka": "I don't care how, I want it now!"
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