The spatial organization of sudomotor responses mediated by the cervically transected human spinal cord was investigated by recording skin conductance responses from the volar surfaces of the hands and feet of 10 patients after pulse trains applied separately to the skin of each extremity. Each stimulus site tended to be associated with a distinctive pattern of skin conductance responses.
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