Hemodynamic basis for secondary cervical grey matter tissue loss after spinal cord injury

The major goal of this project is to gain better insights into blood flow changes that underlie grey matter loss during the secondary damage after cervical spinal cord injury. Limiting hemorrhage and surgical decompression are considered as strategies for improving grey matter damage and functional recovery. Click here to read more about this project.

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Sponsor: NIH/NINDS