Researchers study lack of processing speed in people with spinal cord injuries, according to a December 31 report Hindustan Times.
The scientists compared patients and their brain activation patterns with a healthy control group and the elderly, the report said. Those with spinal cord injuries had similarities in brain activation as the older control group and differences compared to the age-dependent control group.
Although the study had limitations in terms of sample size and injury level, it added to the understanding of spinal cord injuries in terms of knowledge, the report says.
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