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Figure 1. From: Effectiveness of intense, activity-based physical therapy for individuals with spinal cord injury in promoting motor and sensory recovery: Is olfactory mucosa autograft a factor?.

ASIA TMSs (points) for all 23 subjects (OMA (n = 7), MC (n = 6) and Other (n = 10) sub-groups) (maximum score = 100). Each line represents an individual subject's TMS over the course of their participation in the intense, activity-based PT program. Tests were conducted at approximately 30 day intervals.

Cathy A. Larson, et al. J Spinal Cord Med. 2013 January;36(1):44-57.
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Figure 2. From: Effectiveness of intense, activity-based physical therapy for individuals with spinal cord injury in promoting motor and sensory recovery: Is olfactory mucosa autograft a factor?.

ASIA total LT (A) and PP (B) scores (points) for 21 subjects (OMA (n = 7), MC (n = 5) and Other (n = 9) sub-groups) (maximum score = 112). Each line represents an individual subject's sensory scores over the course of their participation in the intense, activity-based PT program. Tests were conducted at approximately 60 day intervals.

Cathy A. Larson, et al. J Spinal Cord Med. 2013 January;36(1):44-57.

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