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Does the provision of care packages in the community, including physiotherapy, after discharge from hospital improve the health and wellbeing of people living with spinal cord injury?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 12 Nov 2014
Does infection (e.g. tonsillitis, cold, chicken pox, mononucleosis and shingles) increase the risk of developing or relapsing of transverse myelitis?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 12 Nov 2014
Does an optimal diet and exercise regime reduce the risk of recurrent episodes of transverse myelitis and reduce neurological damage following cauda equina syndrome?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 12 Nov 2014
What proportion of patients diagnosed with transverse myelitis or cauda equina syndrome fully recover function without symptoms and what is the average time from onset of diagnosis?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 12 Nov 2014
Is a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan (non-invasive method that produces a computerised image of internal body tissues) the most accurate method in detecting transverse myelitis compared to other methods of detection?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 12 Nov 2014
Does pelvic floor muscle training after surgery reduce urinary, faecal or both types of incontinence in spinal cord injury?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 12 Nov 2014
Is Gabapentin safe and effective to use for reducing neuropathic pain in spinal cord injured patients?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 12 Nov 2014
Do people with relapsing transverse myelitis actually have multiple sclerosis?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 12 Nov 2014
Does plasma exchange result in improved recovery/repair in spinal cord injured patients and improved sensory and motor outcomes?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 12 Nov 2014
Do respiratory muscle exercises improve functional outcomes in spinal cord injured patients?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 12 Nov 2014
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