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Title Spinal cord injuries : causes, risk factors & management / edited by Alex Ann Martin, Jayln E. Jones.

Imprint Hauppauge, N.Y. : Nova Science ; Lancaster : Gazelle [distributor], 2012.

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Contents SPINAL CORD INJURIES: CAUSES, RISK FACTORS AND MANAGEMENT; SPINAL CORD INJURIES: CAUSES, RISK FACTORS AND MANAGEMENT; LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOGING-IN-PUBLICATION DATA; CONTENTS; PREFACE; Chapter 1: SEXUAL OPTIONS FOR MEN AND WOMEN WITH SPINAL CORD INJURIES; Abstract; The Neurophysiology of Erection, Ejaculationand Orgasm in Men; The Neurophysiology of Erection, Lubricationand Orgasm in Women; The Sexual Potential of Individuals with SCI; Sexual Options for Individuals with SCI; Treatment for Anorgasmia and Fertility Options for Menand Women with SCI; Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References.
Chapter 2: PAIN MANAGEMENT FOLLOWING SPINALCORD INJURY: CLINICAL AND BASICSCIENCE PERSPECTIVESAbstract; Introduction; A Clinical View of Spinal Cord Injury Pain; A Preclinical View of SCI Pain; Changes in CNS Molecular Biology and NeurochemistryFollowing SCI; Spinal Cord Injury Animal Models; Model Validity: The Underlying Assumptions and Criteria; Mechanical Injury: Contusion, Compression and Laceration; Validity of Animal SCI Models: Comparison with Clinical SCI; The Effects of Clinical Analgesics in Animal SCI Models:Pharmacological Isomorphism.
Gene Therapy as a Potential Therapeutic ApproachConclusion; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 3: THE MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE SPINAL CORDINJURY: WHAT THE FUTURE HOLDS; Abstract; Introduction; The Current Management of Spinal Cord Injuryand Its Limitations; Future Treatments for SCI: Physical and PharmaceuticalTherapies; Cellular Therapies; Conclusion; References; Chapter 4: SPINAL CORD INJURY: FROM CELLULARMECHANISMS AFTER LESION TO NEWEXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE SUPPORTINGTHERAPEUTIC APPROACH; Abstract; Introduction; Regeneration of the Nervous System: A Brief Review; The Spinal Cord.
The Gray Matter of the Spinal CordThe White Matter of the Spinal Cord; Meninges and Vasculature of the Spinal Cord; Therapies Post-Spinal Cord Injury; Conclusion; References; Chapter 5: DOES EXERCISE TRAINING SLOW BONE LOSSIN THE SPINAL CORD INJURED? EFFICACY, TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS, AND QUESTIONSTHAT REMAIN TO BE ANSWERED; Abstract; 1. Scope of Spinal Cord Injury; 2. Osteoporosis in SCI: Site-Specificity, Complications, Mechanisms, and Potential for Bone Loss; 3. Common Exercise Modalities in the SCI.
4. Studies Showing a Statistically Significant Effect of PhysicalRehabilitation on BMD in Persons with SCI5. Studies Showing no Effect of Physical Rehabilitationon BMD in Persons with SCI; 6. Non-Exercise Treatment Modalities to Alter Bone Mass in SCI; 7. Technological and Measurement Considerations; 8. Questions that Need to be Addressed; Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 6: GETTING THE WHEELS IN MOTION:PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PROMOTION FOR PEOPLEWITH SPINAL CORD INJURY; Abstract; Importance of Promoting Physical Activity for People with SCI.
Subject Spinal cord -- Wounds and injuries.
MEDICAL -- Surgery -- Neurosurgery.
Spinal cord -- Wounds and injuries. (OCoLC)fst01129878
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Martin, Alex Ann.
Jones, Jayln E.
Other Form: Print version: Spinal cord injuries. Hauppauge, N.Y. : Nova Science ; Lancaster : Gazelle [distributor], 2012 9781620818664 (OCoLC)797980882
ISBN 9781620819500 (electronic bk.)
1620819503 (electronic bk.)
9781620818664
1620818663

 
    
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