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1985 1
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1988 1
1990 2
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1993 1
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1995 2
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1997 3
1998 7
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Effects of Somatosensory Impairment on Participation After Stroke
Carey LM, et al. Am J Occup Ther 2018. PMID 29689179 Free PMC article.
Between-group differences in activity participation were analyzed for participants with and without somatosensory impairment and with or without paresis. RESULTS: Somatosensory impairment was experienced in 33.6% of the sample and paresis in 42.9%. ACS profiles were obtained at a median of 222 days poststroke. ...
Between-group differences in activity participation were analyzed for participants with and without somatosensory impairment and with or wit …
Characterising Arm Recovery in People with Severe Stroke (CARPSS): protocol for a 12-month observational study of clinical, neuroimaging and neurophysiological biomarkers
Hayward KS, et al. BMJ Open 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30478130 Free PMC article.
INTRODUCTION: In individuals with early (indexed ≤7 days poststroke) and severe upper limb paresis (shoulder abduction and finger extension score of <5 out of 10), our objectives are to: (1) determine if biomarkers of brain structure and function collected at <1 month poststroke explain who will experience clinically important recovery over the first 12 months poststroke; (2) compare stroke survivors' perceptions of personally meaningful recovery to clinically important recovery; and (3) characterise the trajectory of change in measures of motor function, brain structure and function. ...
INTRODUCTION: In individuals with early (indexed ≤7 days poststroke) and severe upper limb paresis (shoulder abduction and finger ext …
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