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We’ve all heard tales of how amputees still feel pain in their missing limb, but why does this happen?

Researchers from Osaka University in Japan in collaboration with the University of Cambridge, have suggested that it’s all down to a reorganisation of the wiring in the brain, and have identified a potential treatment for the problem.

As phantom limb pain is believed to be caused by faulty ‘wiring’ of the part of the brain that’s responsible for processing sensory input and for executing movement, they decided to start by decoding the neural activity of an amputee’s brain.

The team used a brain-machine interface to ascertain the mental action necessary in order for the patient to move their ‘phantom’ hand.

The results of the study were reported in the online journal Nature Communications.

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