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Investigaciones sobre la salud. Compelled body weight shift approach in rehabilitation of individuals with chronic stroke. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 19, — Recovery of functional status after stroke in a tri-ethnic population.

Using ipsilateral motor signals in the unaffected cerebral hemisphere as a signal platform for brain-computer interfaces in hemiplegic stroke survivors.


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Journal of Neural Engineering, 9 The effects of wide pulse neuromuscular electrical stimulation on elbow flexion torque in individuals with chronic hemiparetic stroke.

Clinical Neurophysiology,— Transcranial magnetic stimulation as an investigative tool for motor dysfunction and recovery in stroke: Comparison of unilateral versus bilateral upper extremity task performance after stroke.

Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 19— An evaluation of the Wolf Motor Function Test in motor trials early after stroke.

Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 93, — Journal of Neurological Science,29— Robots integrated with virtual reality simulations for customized motor training in a person with upper extremity hemiparesis: Journal of Neurological Physical Therapy, 3679— Identifying activity levels and steps of people with stroke using a novel shoe-based sensor.

Journal of Neurological Physical Therapy, 36 Wolf Motor Function Test for characterizing moderate to severe hemiparesis in stroke patients.

Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 93, Arm training in standing also improves postural control in participants with chronic stroke.


Clinical Neurophysiology, Hospital readmission in persons with stroke following postacute inpatient rehabilitation. Painted turtle cortex is resistant to an in vitro mimic of the ischemic mammalian penumbra. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, 32, — Grip type and task goal jemorragico reach-to-grasp performance in post-stroke hemiparesis. Motor Control, 16, — Relationship between body mass index and rehabilitation outcomes in chronic stroke. Cognitive impairments and depressive symptoms did not impede upper limb recovery in a clinical repetitive task practice program after stroke: Skeletal muscle plasticity after hemorrhagic stroke in rats: High-density myoelectric pattern recognition toward improved stroke rehabilitation.