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Hand Use Improved After Spinal Cord Injury with Noninvasive Stimulation (2 of 2)

Caption: After non-invasive stimulation, people with spinal cord injuries showed greater manual dexterity when asked to grasp and manipulate small pegs with their index fingers and thumbs.

Credit: Bunday et al., Current Biology

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