Researchers study processing speed in patients with spinal cord injuries

Carly Behm -   Print  |

Researchers are studying processing speed deficits in people with spinal cord injuries, according to a Dec. 31 report from the Hindustan Times.

The scientists compared patients and their brain activation patterns with a healthy control group and older people, the report said. Those with spinal cord injuries had similarities in brain activation as the older control group and differences compared to the age-matched control group.

Although the study had limitations in its sample size and level of injury, it added to the understanding of spinal cord injuries on cognition, the report said.

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