Kimball, Robert
December 2013
Medical Device Daily;12/30/2013, Vol. 17 Issue 250, p1
The article presents updates in neurology as of December 2013. A study by Duke University researchers delves into the role of variations in the genes coding for receptors in the nose on how people perceive a smell. Another study by researchers from Sweden suggests the use of three-dimensional (3D) technology in improving stroke rehabilitation. One study from the University of Pittsburgh delves into the association between silent synapses and treatment of cocaine addiction.


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