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Unprecedented brain-computer exoskeleton allows a tetraplegic patient to move.

16:31 EDT 4 Oct 2019 | Health Innovations

In cervical spinal cord injury, the most severe of spinal cord injuries, around 20% of patients are left tetraplegic, with all four limbs partially or completely paralyzed. Tetraplegia is caused by a lesion on the spinal cord which prevents the nervous system from controlling all four limbs. Therefore, neuroprosthetics are highly desirable to manage this condition and improve the lives

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