Human Neurophysiology: Development and Repair of the Human Central Nervous System

Giselher Schalow
Private Researcher, Switzerland

Series: Neuroanatomy Research at the Leading Edge, Neuroscience Research Progress
BISAC: MED057000

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Special issue: Resilience in breaking the cycle of children’s environmental health disparities
Edited by I Leslie Rubin, Robert J Geller, Abby Mutic, Benjamin A Gitterman, Nathan Mutic, Wayne Garfinkel, Claire D Coles, Kurt Martinuzzi, and Joav Merrick

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To repair the injured, malformed or degenerating human central nervous system, we have to understand the functioning of the healthy human CNS on cellular and integrative levels to learn what changed in the neural networks. Since there is some similarity between development and repair, also the development of the human CNS has to be studied. Especially the strategy of movement-based learning of the CNS to eliminate occurring errors during development is of interest because it can also be used during repair. In this book, movement patters which have the highest rate of re-learning movement are analyzed as well as higher mental functions. The therapy using these efficient movement-based learning movements is called Coordination Dynamics Therapy (CDT). (Imprint: Nova Biomedical )

Preface

Chapter-1: Competitive interaction between two kinds of motoneurons for the innervations of two types of muscle fibres during development and repair in frog, discussed with respect to axon guidance and endogenous stem cell supported structural repair by motor learning in human cervical spinal cord injury

Chapter-2: Development and repair of the human central nervous system

Chapter-3: Neurophysiology and pathophysiology of the neural networks of the human caudal spinal cord and their communication with skin, urinary bladder and muscle spindle receptor afferents – a scientific basis for the repair of the human central nervous system

Chapter-4: Translational medicine

Chapter-5: From the measured impaired phase and frequency coordination in and between the somatic and parasympathetic nervous system divisions in severe cervical spinal cord injury to the repair of the urinary bladder upon 3 years of movement-based learning

Chapter-6: Movement-based learning in human for CNS repair compared with hippocampus learning in animals quantified at the cellular, molecular and epigenetic levels

Supplement: Movement-based learning in human for CNS repair compared with hippocampus learning in animals quantified at the cellular, molecular and epigenetic levels

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