Low-Grade Inflammation and Spinal Cord Injury: Exercise as Therapy?
Eduardo da Silva Alves; Valdir de Aquino Lemos; Francieli Ruiz da Silva; Fabio Santos Lira; Ronaldo Vagner Thomathieli dos Santos; João Paulo Pereira Rosa; Erico Caperuto; Sergio Tufik; Marco Tulio de Mello;
Publisher: Hindawi Publishing Corporation
Journal: Mediators of Inflammation,volume 2,013 (issn: 0962-9351, eissn: 1466-1861)
An increase in the prevalence of obesity in people with spinal cord injury can contribute to low-grade chronic inflammation and increase the risk of infection in this population. A decrease in sympathetic activity contributes to immunosuppression due to the lower activa... View more
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