Changes in Blood Flow in the Common Femoral Artery Related to Inactivity and Muscle Atrophy in Individuals with Long-Standing Paraplegia
A spinal cord lesion refers to a partial or total disruption of the structural and functional integrity of the spinal cord, which is often caused by some sort of trauma, and results in impairments such as paralysis, loss of sensation and autonomic dysfunctioning.
KeywordsPulsatility Index Common Femoral Artery Spinal Cord Lesion Blood Flow Change Blood Redistribution
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