Basal Ganglia: A portion of the brain that
is involved in controlling smooth movement.
A system that allows an individual patient to see visual or
auditory signals that reflect their own level of physiologic
or brain activity.
Bone morphogenetic protein: A natural or synthetic
protein that acts to promote the grown of bone.
graft: Apiece of bone placed at a site where bone
fusion is intended to grow.
spurs or osteophytes: Abnormal extensions of the
normal contour of a bone or vertebrae, associated with degenerative
plexus: A group of nerves between the cervical spine
and the shoulder, that carries the connections that operate
the arms and hands.
Chemicals released by the body at the site of injury.