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1965 2
1966 13
1967 24
1968 20
1969 15
1970 11
1971 31
1972 21
1973 27
1974 28
1975 29
1976 24
1977 27
1978 31
1979 24
1980 33
1981 34
1982 34
1983 37
1984 48
1985 34
1986 53
1987 54
1988 59
1989 62
1990 77
1991 61
1992 74
1993 80
1994 90
1995 65
1996 49
1997 62
1998 52
1999 75
2000 39
2001 45
2002 48
2003 53
2004 72
2005 85
2006 82
2007 86
2008 94
2009 85
2010 86
2011 76
2012 86
2013 82
2014 95
2015 63
2016 68
2017 73
2018 59
2019 29
2020 0
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Dexterity and Finger Sense: A Possible Dissociation in Children With Cerebral Palsy
Guedin N, et al. Percept Mot Skills 2018. PMID 29860919
In our sample, children with hemiplegia exhibited finger dexterity deficit in both hands and finger gnosia deficit only in their paretic hand. ...Thus, our results indicated that children with spastic hemiplegia and diplegia present different sensory and motor profiles and suggest that these two subgroups of CP should be considered separately in future experimental and clinical research. ...
In our sample, children with hemiplegia exhibited finger dexterity deficit in both hands and finger gnosia deficit only in their pare …
Possible mechanisms of anosognosia of hemiplegia.
Heilman KM. Cortex 2014 - Review. PMID 25023619
Unawareness of hemiplegia was first called anosognosia by Babinski one century ago. This paper reviews some of the major theories that may account for this disorder. ...Based on the studies of anosognosia for hemiplegia we have reviewed it appears that normal self-awareness depends on several modular systems. ...
Unawareness of hemiplegia was first called anosognosia by Babinski one century ago. This paper reviews some of the major theories tha …
Spontaneously Fluctuating Motor Cortex Excitability in Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood: A Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Study.
Stern WM, et al. PLoS One 2016. PMID 26999520 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: Alternating hemiplegia of childhood is a very rare and serious neurodevelopmental syndrome; its genetic basis has recently been established. Its characteristic features include typically-unprovoked episodes of hemiplegia and other transient or more persistent neurological abnormalities. ...
BACKGROUND: Alternating hemiplegia of childhood is a very rare and serious neurodevelopmental syndrome; its genetic basis has recentl …
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