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Research Article

Corticospinal Reorganization after Locomotor Training in a Person with Motor Incomplete Paraplegia

Figure 2

Effects of subthreshold TMS on the TA flexion reflex while seated before and after BWS robotic gait training. (a) Full-wave rectified waveform averages ( ) of the control tibialis anterior (TA) flexion reflex (grey line) and the conditioned flexion reflex following single pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) of the right primary motor cortex at 0.9 TA motor evoked potentials (MEPs) resting threshold. (b) Mean amplitude of the conditioned TA flexion reflexes recorded before and after BWS robotic gait training with the seated subject. The conditioning-test interval is denoted on the abscissa. Asterisks indicate statistically significant differences between the conditioned TA flexion reflexes recorded before and after training. Error bars denote the SEM.
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