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Neural prostheses have been used for centuries as structural replacements, in particular for injuries to the cranium. And today, neural prostheses are designed to restore a broad range of nervous system functions previously lost due to trauma or disease. While their complexity may vary from nerve conduits to prosthetic brain implants, neural devices have improved the lives of patients and broadened the scope of disabilities that can be treated. Neural Prostheses is the first comprehensive book to look at the history and recent, state-of-the-art developments of neural prostheses.

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Author(s)Maciunas
PublisherThieme Publishers
Edition1
ISBN9781879284739
Pages372
BindingHardback
LanguageEnglish
Publish YearJanuary 2000