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The spinal cord is a conduit within the central nervous system (CNS) that provides ongoing communication between the brain and the rest of the body, conveying complex sensory and motor information necessary for safety, movement, reflexes, and optimization of autonomic function. After a spinal cord injury (SCI), supraspinal influences on the spinal segmental control system and autonomic nervous system (ANS) are disrupted, leading to spastic paralysis, pain and dysesthesia, sympathetic bluntingdoi:10.3390/jpm12071126 pmid:35887623 pmcid:PMC9323191 fatcat:dvliz4fwb5ckhibo4o3ze7fqli