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    As I remember, Dr. Young said that only 10% returned will be enough to get up and wa

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    Patients treated with a PNA allograft (Avance Nerve Graft, AxoGen) exhibited recovery of motor function and sensory nerve function in 75% and 85% of the patients, respectively.
    As I remember, Dr. Young said that only 10% returned will be enough to get up and walk.


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    I recall that as well. At least something very close to that was stated. I think it was that 10% "return" would be enough to make someone appear normal. As in, if someone didn't know that you had a SCI, they wouldn't be able to tell.

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    I remember him saying that if 10% of the spinal column was undamaged, then with therapy an SCI patient would appear normal. Of course, certain skills would be lost, e.g. a professional dancer might no longer dance exceptionally well.

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