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From: Functional organization of motor networks in the lumbosacral spinal cord of non-human primates

Figure 6

Distribution of changes in joint angle (i.e., range of motion) for the movements evoked by ISMS at sites in the gray and white matter (GM and WM) in all animals. Kinematic measurements were obtained for 40% of all sites with ISMS-evoked movements. (a) Hip Extension (initial hip angle: 114.6° ± 3.2° [mean ± standard error]). (b) Hip Flexion (initial hip angle: 112.6° ± 3.3° [mean ± standard error]). (c) Knee Extension (initial knee angle: 84.8° ± 3.86° [mean ± standard error]). (d) Knee Flexion (initial knee angle: 102.9° ± 7.9° [mean ± standard error]). (e) Ankle Extension (initial ankle angle: 116.1° ± 3.9° [mean ± standard error]). (f) Ankle Flexion (initial ankle angle: 114.5° ± 5.4° [mean ± standard error]).

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