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The Importance Of Neuronal Plasticity In The Prognosis Of Cases Of Cerebral Ischemia: A Systematic Review
Author: João Vitor Cândido Pimental, Virna Costa Dos Santos, Caio Anderson Farias Gonçalves, Antonio Gilvan Teixeira Júnior, Daniel Libório Sampaio, Carlos Kennedy Tavares Lima, Florido Sampaio Das Neves Peixoto, Jorge André Cartaxo Peixoto, João Marc
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
29 pages
One time payment: €6.08
Required subscription: Academic
Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10.3823/1635
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The improvement of neuronal plasticity appears in several studies mapped as a new and still little explored possibility of treatment of damages caused by brain processes of oxygen deprivation. Multiple devices, endogenous and exogenous, that promote an increase in neuronal plasticity, are being elucidated in an attempt to promote the full recovery of the learning process, decreased by brain damage from ischemic processes. Thus, it is pointed the necessity of scientific studies that allows to define and maximize the potentials of the neuronal plasticity

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