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In- as the monkeys grasp pellets in a small well deed cheap 100mg suhagra, an increase in synaptogenesis is also leads to an expansion of the representation for found despite the loss of M1 inputs to the ven- the wrist and digits and a reduction in the rep- tral premotor area, perhaps arising from added resentation for the arm in M1 (see Chapter 1). Other investigators have found a rein- M1, within the representation for the digits. Animals that do not re- motor region is injected to block neurotrans- ceive any specific retraining to use the hand mission. Thus, evidence is accumulating to sug- to pick up food pellets evolved a 30% smaller gest that neuronal assemblies in spared regions representational map for the hand. From 10 to 12 hours of ing in poststroke patients adds to this evidence training and greater success in pellet retrieval (see Color Figure 3–5 in separate color insert). When prac- cortex, and retested the representational move- tice for grasping food pellets was delayed for ment map after the animals were given either 2 months after the digit region infarct, the skilled, unskilled, or no retraining for the hand map in the monkeys was larger than af- task. The untreated group Biologic Adaptations and Neural Repair 101 lost the motor map for both proximal and dis- stroke and continued for up to 9 weeks. Thus, in animal models, be- layer 5 pyramidal cells of the forelimb motor havioral and neural compensation are influ- cortex on the nonlesioned side had greater enced by the type of rehabilitation experience. In addi- This representational plasticity with skills re- tion, perilesional sprouting and synaptogenesis learning is accompanied by parallel changes, occur when a cortical infarct in a rodent is fol- such as an increase in the number of synapses lowed by general training, and after injection per neuron. The patchwork of substances that attract, than on corticospinal pathways. How neural repel, and modulate axonal regeneration has network differences between a macaque and a grown so complex that the clinician may have human may differ in reaching to pinch a raisin difficulty seeing the whole fabric. More important, the Nudo and tial to manipulate some of these substances for Kleim models may have limited application to neural repair, however, puts some clinical im- the human pathologic condition, in which portance on knowledge of the following exper- many, but not all patients suffer lesions large imental studies in animal models. An enriched environment improved retinal ganglia cells survived an induced injury.