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1968 7
1969 6
1970 14
1971 17
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1973 20
1974 13
1975 9
1976 26
1977 29
1978 35
1979 21
1980 23
1981 22
1982 29
1983 27
1984 25
1985 41
1986 30
1987 46
1988 44
1989 23
1990 38
1991 43
1992 38
1993 46
1994 55
1995 50
1996 55
1997 32
1998 49
1999 42
2000 47
2001 63
2002 58
2003 65
2004 60
2005 91
2006 72
2007 76
2008 86
2009 82
2010 110
2011 75
2012 83
2013 96
2014 112
2015 84
2016 102
2017 127
2018 128
2019 52
2020 1
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Spasticity Management After Stroke.
Bethoux F. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 2015 - Review. PMID 26522902
Many poststroke survivors develop spasticity. Spasticity is usually associated with other neurologic impairments, in particular paresis, which complicate the evaluation of its consequences and of treatment outcomes. The diagnosis and the assessment of spasticity are based on clinical examination, in particular resistance to passive movement and abnormal involuntary muscle contraction. ...
Many poststroke survivors develop spasticity. Spasticity is usually associated with other neurologic impairments, in particula …
A spasticity model based on feedback from muscle force explains muscle activity during passive stretches and gait in children with cerebral palsy.
Falisse A, et al. PLoS One 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30532154 Free PMC article.
Muscle spasticity is characterized by exaggerated stretch reflexes and affects about 85% of the children with cerebral palsy. ...Our model of spasticity opens new perspectives for studying movement impairments due to spasticity through simulation....
Muscle spasticity is characterized by exaggerated stretch reflexes and affects about 85% of the children with cerebral palsy.
Gastrocnemius and soleus spasticity and muscle length in Friedreich's ataxia.
Milne SC, et al. J Clin Neurosci 2016. PMID 27021226
Gastrocnemius and soleus spasticity and muscle length were measured by the Modified Tardieu Scale (MTS) in 31 participants with typical and late-onset FRDA. ...Spasticity is evident early in the disease and in ambulant participants. Management of spasticity and reduced muscle length should be considered in people with FRDA at disease onset to optimise function....
Gastrocnemius and soleus spasticity and muscle length were measured by the Modified Tardieu Scale (MTS) in 31 participants wit …
Upper Limb Motor Impairment After Stroke
Raghavan P. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 2015 - Review. PMID 26522900 Free PMC article.
Nonsurgical Treatment Options for Upper Limb Spasticity.
Black L and Gaebler-Spira D. Hand Clin 2018 - Review. PMID 30286960
There are many nonsurgical treatment options for patients with upper limb spasticity. This article presents an algorithmic approach to management, encompassing evidence-based rehabilitation therapies, medications, and promising new orthotic and robotic innovations....
There are many nonsurgical treatment options for patients with upper limb spasticity. This article presents an algorithmic approach t …
The end of spasticity?
Dan B. Dev Med Child Neurol 2017. PMID 28833051 Free article.
Emerging Therapies for Spastic Movement Disorders
Raghavan P. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 2018 - Review. PMID 30626519 Free PMC article.
Spasticity develops as a result of central nervous system (CNS) injury; however, secondary changes within the muscles and connective tissue also contribute to muscle stiffness. The hyaluronan hypothesis postulates that the accumulation of hyaluronan promotes the development of muscle stiffness. Intramuscular injections of the enzyme hyaluronidase, which hydrolyzes long-chained hyaluronan polymers to smaller polymers, was shown to reduce muscle stiffness and increase passive and active range of motion in patients with spasticity. ...
Spasticity develops as a result of central nervous system (CNS) injury; however, secondary changes within the muscles and connective
Upper Extremity Spasticity.
Adkinson JM. Hand Clin 2018. PMID 30286974
Muscle Overactivity in the Upper Motor Neuron Syndrome: Pathophysiology.
Segal M. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 2018 - Review. PMID 30626505
The negative features are characterized by a reduction of muscle activity and loss of selective muscle control. Third are rheologic features characterized by changes in the physical properties of muscle. ...This discussion highlights pathophysiology involved in muscle overactivity in the context of the upper motor neuron syndrome....
The negative features are characterized by a reduction of muscle activity and loss of selective muscle control. Third are rheo …
Rehabilitation treatment of spastic cerebral palsy with radial extracorporeal shock wave therapy and rehabilitation therapy
Lin Y, et al. Medicine (Baltimore) 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30572548 Free PMC article.
Within groups, there were also significant differences at different times (P < .05).The rESWT combined with rehabilitation can quickly and effectively relieve paralysis of lower extremities, reduce the tension of hamstrings and calf muscles, relieve muscle spasm, and rapidly improve limb function in children with spastic cerebral palsy....
Within groups, there were also significant differences at different times (P < .05).The rESWT combined with rehabilitation can quickly an …
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