Topic and Author(s)

Study Title

Journal Reference

Syringomyelia

Wirth et al. (2001)

Feasibility and safety of neural tissue transplantation in patients with syringomyelia.

Journal of Neurotrauma 18(9): 911-929

Brugieres et al. (1999)*

Dynamic MRI in the evaluation of syringomyelic cysts.

Neuro-Chirurgie 45(Suppl 1): 115-129

Hort-Legrand et al. (1999)

Evoked motor and sensory potentials in syringomyelia.

Neuro-Chirurgie 45(Suppl 1): 95-104

Perrouin-Verbe et al. (1999)

Post-traumatic syringomyelia.

Neuro-Chirurgie 45(Suppl 1): 58-66

Perrouin-Verbe et al. (1998)

Post-traumatic syringomyelia and posttraumatic spinal canal stenosis: A direct relationship: Review of 75 patients with a spinal cord injury.

Spinal Cord 36(2): 137-143

Ulcers and Pressure Sores

Sprigle et al. (2003)

Relationships among cushion type, backrest height, seated posture, and reach of wheelchair users with spinal cord injury.

Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine 26(3): 236-243

Han et al. (2002)

The value of Jamshidi core needle bone biopsy in predicting postoperative osteomyelitis in grade IV pressure ulcer patients.

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 110(1): 118-122

Adegoke et al. (2001)

Acceleration of pressure ulcer healing in spinal cord injured patients using interrupted direct current.

African Journal of Medicine & Medical Sciences 30(3): 195-197

Brienza et al. (1999)

A method for custom-contoured cushion design using interface pressure measurements.

IEEE Transactions on Rehabilitation Engineering 7(1): 99-108



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