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09:08 EDT 23rd September 2017 | BioPortfolio

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Using virtual reality—and mom's sewing machine—for stroke rehab

For people recovering from a stroke, even the simplest motions can become a struggle. To lift a hand, for example, requires a signal from the brain that travels all the way down an arm to the hand. Th...

Stroke patients use brain-computer interface to move hands

Using a brain-computer interface and exoskeleton device, stoke patients gained the ability to open and close a previously paralyzed hand. The findings, published in Stroke, hope to aid paralyzed strok...

Determining motor deficits more precisely following a stroke

After a stroke, many people are unable to successfully perform basic hand movements in everyday life. The reason are symptoms of hemiparesis resulting from damage to the brain. These very frequently a...

Stroke survivors without early complications at long-term risk of death, stroke

(Canadian Medical Association Journal) People who survive a stroke or a mini-stroke without early complications have an increased risk of death, another stroke or heart attack (myocardial infarction) ...

Medical News Today: Swan neck deformity: Causes and treatment

What is a swan neck deformity and what are the causes? In this article, learn about the symptoms, how it is diagnosed, surgical options, and recovery.

American Stroke Association offers new stroke rehabilitation toolkits

The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association (AHA/ASA), the world's leading voluntary organization dedicated to building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke, has ...

Medical News Today: The 10 best stroke blogs

Stroke blogs provide useful information from organizations and individuals who have experienced a stroke. Here are our top 10 stroke blog choices.

Understanding stroke: Symptoms and treatment

A stroke is a "brain attack" and occurs when blood supply to the brain is cut off. According to Kenneth A. Levin, M.D., Medical Director, The Valley Hospital Stroke Center, "Most strokes are caused by...

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A man with a curved deformity of the hand.

A 63-year-old male was seen at the rheumatology outpatient clinic because of a curved deformity of his left hand, with fixed flexion of the MCP joints and hyperextension of the PIP and DIP joints. Thi...

Changes in arm-hand function and arm-hand skill performance in patients after stroke during and after rehabilitation.

Arm-hand rehabilitation programs applied in stroke rehabilitation frequently target specific populations and thus are less applicable in heterogeneous patient populations. Besides, changes in arm-hand...

Assessment of the Ipsilesional Hand Function in Stroke Survivors: The Effect of Lesion Side.

The aim of this study was to examine the effect of the side of brain lesion on the ipsilesional hand function of stroke survivors.

Hand strengthening exercises in chronic stroke patients: Dose-response evaluation using electromyography.

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Biomechanics of the Acute Boutonniere Deformity.

To demonstrate which structures of the extensor mechanism create a boutonniere deformity, when damaged, in a cadaver model. An analysis of how damage to these anatomical structures affects the biomech...

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