Category Archives: Spinal cord injury

Using ASIA Motor Score as outcome in spinal injury

In October ’06, the people at ICORD (International Collaboration On Repair Discoveries) in Vancouver asked me to give a talk. I spoke on Statistical Considerations in Designing a Trial in Spinal Cord Injury with ASIA Motor Score as the Outcome, … Continue reading

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Reduced Bladder and Bowel Control after Severe Spinal Cord Injury — Even in Patients Able to Walk

Regaining unlimited mobility, including the ability to walk, is a main goal for spinal-cord-injured (SCI) patients. Still, more limited accomplishments — such as bladder and bowel control — would significantly improve quality of life for those lacking them. Conferences and … Continue reading

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