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ACSM featured science session - prolonged motor deficits following peripheral nerve injury and repair / presented by T. Richard Nichols, Young-Hui Chang, Huub Maas, Valerie K. Haftel and Timothy C. Cope ; produced by the American College of Sports Medicine.

Format Electronic and Video (Streaming)
Publication InfoMonterey, CA : Healthy Learning, 2008.
Description1 online resource (91 min.).
Supplemental Content http://jproxy.lib.ecu.edu/login?url=http://www.aspresolver.com/aspresolver.asp?SPEX;1835446
Subject(s)
Other author/creatorChang, Young-Hui, speaker.
Other author/creatorCope, Timothy C., 1953- speaker.
Other author/creatorHaftel, Valerie K., speaker.
Other author/creatorMaas, Huub, speaker.
Other author/creatorNichols, T. Richard (Ph.D.), speaker.
Other author/creatorAmerican College of Sports Medicine producer.
Variant title ACSM featured science session : prolonged motor deficits following peripheral nerve injury and repair
Series Sports medicine and exercise science in video
Contents Prolonged motor deficits following peripheral nerve injury and repair : introduction and overview -- Intralimb coordination and locomotor compensation after peripheral nerve injury -- Task-specific expression of sensory loss following gastrocnemius self-reinnervation in the cat -- Recovery of muscle stretch receptors following peripheral nerve injury -- Contribution of spinal synapses to the limits of recovery from motor nerve injury.
Abstract The (5) presentations from the Featured Science Session at the 2008 ACSM annual meeting on the loss of neuromuscular function following peripheral nerve injury and repair are included on a single DVD. Almost two hours of authoritative information and insights, featuring: Introduction and Overview (T. Richard Nichols), Intralimb Coordination and Locomotor Compensation After Peripheral Nerve Injury (Young-Hui Chang), Task-Specific Expression of Sensory Loss Following Gastrocnemius Self-Reinnervation in the Cat (Huub Maas), Recovery of Muscle Stretch Receptors Following Peripheral Nerve Injury (Valerie K. Haftel), Contribution of Spinal Synapses to the Limits of Recovery From Motor Nerve Injury (Timothy C. Cope).
General noteTitle from resource description page (viewed Nov. 18, 2013).
Other formsPreviously released as DVD.
Reproduction noteElectronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2013. (Sports medicine and exercise science in video). Available via World Wide Web.
LanguageThis edition in English.
Genre/formFilmed lectures.

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