propriospinal

pro·pri·o·spi·nal

(prō'prē-ō-spī'năl),
Relating especially or wholly to the spinal cord; specifically, denoting those nerve cells and their fibers that connect the different segments of the spinal cord with each other (for example, spinospinalis).

propriospinal

(prō″prē-ō-spī′năl) [″ + spina, thorn]
Concerned exclusively with the spinal cord.
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Buna ilave olarak HBS ve PBH'de retikulospinal eksitator yanitlarda bozulma olmasi spinal jerklere ya da propriospinal patolojik uyarilara neden oldugu bildirilmistir (9).
2008): Task Dependent Modulation of Propriospinal Inputs to Human Shoulder.
A recent study reported that after midthoracic dorsal hemisection, the corticospinal tract collaterals of the hind limb sprout into the cervical gray matter where they contact descending propriospinal neurons and a new intraspinal circuit is formed [22].
Electromyography (EMG): An EMG of the muscles typically shows the duration and frequency of the myoclonic bursts, and whether these bursts spread to other spinal segments (as is seen in propriospinal myoclonus).