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A 42-Year-Old Woman Unhappy With Her Hand's Appearance

A woman preparing for a family portrait doesn't like how her right hand looks. What deformity does she have? Medscape Plastic Surgery

Case Challenge: A 42-Year-Old Woman Unhappy With Her Hand's Appearance

A woman preparing for a family portrait doesn't like how her right hand looks. What deformity does she have? Medscape Plastic Surgery

To claw or not to claw? NY cat proposal sparks frisky debate

For many decades, declawing cats has been a routine veterinary procedure, but this is no simple pedicure. There's anesthesia, pain medication and the amputation of the cat's toes back to the first knu...

Combining two techniques to 'rewire' the brain may improve arm, hand movement for stroke survivors

Used in combination, two innovative rehabilitation approaches can promote better long-term recovery of arm and hand movement function in stroke survivors, suggests a new paper.

Google is Teaching Robots Hand-Eye Coordination

The robotic claw mechanically moves downward into a bin filled with various home and office knick-knacks. It picks up a tape dispenser, scissors, a stapler, and various writing utensils, placing all t...

BRIEF-Implanet launches new JAZZ Claw implant

* Has been granted 510(k) clearance in United States and CE mark in Europe to market new JAZZ Claw Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)

Combining two techniques to 'rewire' the brain may improve arm and hand movement for stroke survivors

Used in combination, two innovative rehabilitation approaches can promote better long-term recovery of arm and hand movement function in stroke survivors, suggests a paper in the American Journal of P...

Combining 2 techniques to 'rewire' the brain may improve arm and hand movement for stroke survivors

March 7, 2016 - Used in combination, two innovative rehabilitation approaches can promote better long-term recovery of arm and hand movement function in stroke survivors, suggests a paper in the Ameri...

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Change of the Corticospinal Tract in the Unaffected Hemisphere by Change of the Dominant Hand Following Stroke: A Cohort Study.

We investigated the change of the corticospinal tract (CST) in the unaffected hemisphere by the change of the dominant hand in stroke patients, using diffusion tensor tractography (DTT).Forty-eight st...

Lower Risk of Stroke after Deformity Surgery: Long Term Benefit Demonstrated by a National Cohort Study.

Objectives: This study aimed to investigate the long-term risk of stroke in adult patients with spinal deformity. Specifically, the study addressed the possible protective effect of surgery for spinal...

Handwriting performance versus arm forward reach and grasp abilities among post-stroke patients, a case-control study.

Evidence-based studies regarding deficits in handwriting performance relative to hand reaching and grasping after a stroke are lacking.

Effects of screen size on smartphone functionality and usability for stroke patients with hemiparalysis.

[Purpose] The effect of screen size on smartphone functionality and usability for patients with stroke, considering both the non-dominant and dominant hand smartphone usage, was investigated in this s...

Early rehabilitation treatment combined with equino varus foot deformity surgical correction in stroke patients: safety and changes in gait parameters.

Equino varus foot deformity (EVFD), compromises several prerequisites of walking and increases the risk of falling. Guidelines on rehabilitation following EVFD surgery are missing in current literatur...

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