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*  Spinal cord injury
... the injury has better prognosis for recovery of function: the peripheral nervous system has a greater capacity for healing than ... Most motor recovery occurs in the first year post-injury, but modest improvements can continue for years; sensory recovery is ... These changes translate into loss of muscle function, sensation, or autonomic function in parts of the body served by the ... Bowel and bladder function are regulated by the sacral region. It is common to experience sexual dysfunction after injury, as ...
*  Neuroregeneration
However, this is not a perfect treatment; often the final outcome is only limited function recovery. Also, partial ... The return of function decreases with increased distance over which a nerve must grow. Currently, autologous nerve grafting, or ... Young children can recover close-to-normal nerve function. In contrast, a patient over 60 years old with a cut nerve in the ... In addition, associated injuries, like injury to bone, muscle and skin, can make nerve recovery more difficult. The level of ...
*  Mivacurium chloride
Stout RG, Shine TS, Silverman DG, Brull SJ (September 2004). "Recovery of neuromuscular function after a combination of ...
*  Interference theory
Briggs, G. E. (1954). "Acquisition, extinction, and recovery functions in retroactive inhibition". Journal of Experimental ... Briggs, G.E. (1954). "Acquisition, extinction, and recovery functions in retroactive inhibition". Journal of Experimental ... RI is a result of decreased recall of the primary studied functions due to the learning and recall of succeeding functions. RI ... Spontaneous Recovery in MFR supports the claim of competition since after a rest period participants spontaneously remembered ...
*  Methods used to study memory
Briggs, G. E. (1954). Acquisition, extinction, and recovery functions in retroactive inhibition. Journal of Experimental ... Cortical cooling is a relatively new technique that allows for a temporary disruption of function in a chosen area of the brain ... sensory functions, motor abilities, and specific behaviour tests. Brain Research, 835, 18-26. Logothetis, Nikos K., & Merkle, ... survival as we are dependent on our ability to identify and remember a wide range of material in order to learn and function, ...
*  SyMon Bootmanager
Recovery function: a sequential scan of the hard drive finds lost partitions. Extensive on-line documentation. No extra ...
*  Cromemco Octart
This enabled the Octart to: Perform all protocol and error-detection/recovery functions. Buffer large amounts of serial data. ...
*  Ministry for Police and Emergency Services (New South Wales)
The Ministry is also responsible for the coordination of recovery functions including disaster welfare services. The current ...
*  The Organism: A Holistic Approach to Biology Derived from Pathological Data in Man
"Kurt Goldstein and recovery of function." Brain Injury and Recovery, pp. 71-88. Springer US, 1988. Morley, James. " ... But the new state of health is not the same as the old one … Recovery is a newly achieved state of ordered functioning ... .a ... The Theory of Reflex Structure of the Organism 69 III Theoretical Reflections on the Function of the Nervous System as ... Foundation for a Theory of the Organism 95 IV Modification of Function Due to Impairment of the Organism 115 V The Nature of ...
*  Wes Burgess
Recovery of function after neonatal or adult hemispherectomy: Complex functions. Behavioral Brain Research, vol 20, pp 217-230 ... Recovery of function after neonatal or adult hemispherectomy in cats. Time course, movement, posture and sensory tests. ... Burgess, J. Wesley and Villablanca, J. R. Recovery of function after neonatal or adult hemispherectomy. Motor deficits: limb ... verbal and written Cognitive Function Examinations, the Card Test Cognitive Function Examination, and the Personality Inventory ...
*  Fourier ptychography
"Embedded pupil function recovery for Fourier ptychographic microscopy", Optics Express 22, 5 (2015) Horstmeyer et al.," ... Variants of these algorithms allow for simultaneous reconstruction of the pupil function of an optical system, allowing for the ...
*  Facial nerve decompression
Neuropraxia: no wallerian degeneration and complete and rapid recovery of function. Axonotmesis: wallerian degeneration and ... Recovery is difficult. There are several specific causes of facial nerve compression, discussed below. This is a partial ... enables visualization of the entire course of the facial nerve and still preserves function of the inner ear. The middle ... necrosis of the distal segment (death of the part of the nerve after the compression). Recovery is not complete. Neurotmesis: ...
*  Childhood acquired brain injury
CS1 maint: Uses authors parameter (link) Bach y Rita, P (1990). "Brain plasticity as a basis for recovery of function in humans ... Everything we are, everything we are able to do and everything we feel is governed by the functioning of our brain. What we ... August 2011). "Neurobehavioural Recovery From Early Brain Insult-Early Plasticity or Early Vulnerability: What is the Evidence ... However, it is frequently the case that the functions associated with the damaged areas never fully develop and these deficits ...
*  Sensory stimulation therapy
It was found that the paired participants had greater recovery of function. Cortical maps are the maps in which parts of our ... It is common for stroke patients to suffer from muscle weakness and loss of muscle function. Some natural recovery has been ... The sensory stimulation tests enhanced at least partial recovery of postural function for up to 2 years after the stroke and ... It is generally found that more intensive remedial function therapies result in the greater restoration to function. fMRI and ...
*  Κ-opioid receptor
"The effect of claustrum lesions on human consciousness and recovery of function". Consciousness and Cognition. 36: 256-64. doi: ... There is evidence that distribution and/or function of this receptor may differ between sexes. KORs are widely distributed in ... Such theories are in part corroborated by the fact that [salvia divinorum], which functions almost exclusively on the KOR ... Chartoff EH, Mavrikaki M (2015). "Sex Differences in Kappa Opioid Receptor Function and Their Potential Impact on Addiction". ...
*  57th Rescue Squadron
The separation of pararescue airmen into a separate unit "align[ed] the personnel recovery function within United States Air ... 24 June 1958 Atlantic Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Center (later 40th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Wing): 8 January 1966 - 1 ... The 56th was the last squadron in the Air Force to split its pararescue and flying functions into two squadrons. Constituted as ... To reflect this mission, it was renamed the 57th Air Recovery Squadron in July 1965. The following January Air Rescue Service ...
*  Split-brain
Nudo R. J.; Plautz E. J.; Frost S. B. (2001). "Role of adaptive plasticity in recovery of function after damage to motor cortex ... Significant recovery occurs during the first several weeks after the injury. However, recovery is generally thought not to ... Before his surgery, both hemispheres functioned and interacted normally, his sensory and motor functions were normal aside from ... On the other hand, the left hemisphere controls the primary sensory functions of the right side of the body and is responsible ...
*  Stroke recovery
... if there is some recovery of hand function, there is a 70% chance of making a full or good recovery. He reported that most ... are key predictors of stroke recovery outcomes. Responses to treatment and overall recovery of function are highly dependent on ... The quality of evidence regarding the effects of MT on the recovery of lower limb functions is still low, with only one study ... Brown JA (2006). "Recovery of motor function after stroke". Prog. Brain Res. Progress in Brain Research. 157: 223-8. doi: ...
*  Cortical stimulation mapping
Sharma, Nikhil; Cohen, Leonardo G. (2012). "Recovery of motor function after stroke". Developmental Psychobiology. 54 (3): 254- ... Once the dura mater is peeled back, an electrode is placed on the brain to test motor, sensory, language, or visual function at ... Ferrier and Horsley employed CSM to further grasp the structure and function of the pre-Rolandic and post-Rolandic areas, also ... Cortical stimulation identifies which regions of the brain are vital for certain functions, thereby allowing a 'map' to be made ...
*  Preferential motor reinnervation
The more precisely the axon stump is able to regrow along its original path, the better the recovery of function - especially ... Additionally, it influences whether or not a nerve can truly experience full reinnervation and recovery of function that is ... Reinnervation on the other hand, is the recovery of function through reestablishing synaptic connections. Even though the ... PMR affects are being investigated to see how they can help grafting, and ultimately patient recovery. A cut axon in the ...
*  Polywell
... a new analytical model was developed based on this recovery function as well as a more accurate quantum relativistic treatment ... "Recovery.Gov Project Tracker Discussion at Talk-Polywell.org". Talk-Polywell.org. 2011-11-09. Retrieved 2012-03-31. "Recovery. ... The Recovery Act funded the Navy for $7.86M to construct and test a WB-8. The Navy contract had an option for an additional $ ... The probability of a fusion reaction occurring is controlled by the cross section of the fuel, which is in turn a function of ...
*  Michael Graziano
Ramanathan, D; Conner, JM; Tuszynski, MH (2006). "A form of motor cortical plasticity that correlates with recovery of function ... CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Karnath, HO; Ferber, S; Himmelbach, M (2001). "Spatial awareness is a function ... Hyvarinen, J; Poranen, A (1974). "Function of the parietal associative area 7 as revealed from cellular discharges in alert ... the action-map view does not contradict the more traditional view of motor cortex as a set of fields with differing functions. ...
*  Primary motor cortex
"A form of motor cortical plasticity that correlates with recovery of function after brain injury". Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A ... a temporary paralysis results and other cortical areas can evidently take over some of the lost function. Lesions of the ... Histological Studies on the Localization of Cerebral Function. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press. Vogt, C. and Vogt, O ...
*  Motor cortex
"A form of motor cortical plasticity that correlates with recovery of function after brain injury". Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A ... The specific function of the Betz cells that distinguishes them from other output cells of the motor cortex remains unknown, ... However, some of the other motor areas in the brain also play a role in this function. It is located on the anterior ... Their functions are not yet understood. In 1870 Eduard Hitzig and Gustav Fritsch demonstrated that electrical stimulation of ...
*  Aquaphor
"Glycerol Accelerates Recovery of Barrier Function In Vivo". Acta Derm Venereol. Scandinavian University Press. 79 (6): 418-421 ... Fluhr, J.W.; Darlenski, R.; Surber, C. (2008). "Glycerol and the skin: holistic approach to its origin and functions". British ... Buraczewska, I.; Berne, B.; Lindberg, M.; Torma, H.; Loden, M. (2007). "Changes in skin barrier function following long-term ...
*  David F. Swensen
... useful function: gathering of deposits and making of loans, and if we define that function very narrowly and regulate it very ... In February 2009, Swensen was named to a two-year term on President Barack Obama's Economic Recovery Advisory Board, which he ...
*  Reduced muscle mass, strength and performance in space
By the time day 5 muscle testing was completed, some recovery in function had likely occurred; however, a marked decrement ... Postflight tests were conducted on recovery (landing) day and once more at 24 to 36 hours after recovery. During each test, ... No recovery was apparent by 7 days after landing (data not shown). This was an interesting finding and certainly indicates that ... With respect to the current issue of loss of muscle mass and function, two key studies were performed during the course of the ...