The retina is a fascinating area of human anatomy with incredible, intricate features. Retinal Ganglion Cells, one of the many types of cells in the retina, are crucial to the creation of the visual circuit. This paper reviews the development of Retinal Ganglion Cells and how they affect the neural connections around them.
The Development of Retinal Ganglion Cells
The Effectiveness of Electrical Stimulation Treatment on the Arm in Post-Stroke Patients
A stroke, or cerebrovascular incident, is an extremely common type of brain condition, with around 795,000 cases every year in the United States alone. They can cause death, paralysis, or severe extremity impairments. This paper reviews the effectiveness of one treatment, Electrical Stimulation Therapy, on the arm in patients who have had stroke.