Abstract

Impact on Translational Stroke

Rehabilitation for stroke patients with severe motor impairments (e.g., inability to perform wrist or finger extension on the affected side) is burdensome and difficult because most current rehabilitation options require some volitional movement to retrain the affected side.Stroke is a leading cause of adult long-term disability worldwide and an increasing number of stroke survivors suffer from severe cognitive and motor impairments each year.


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Stephen John



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