A-L Ferrapie

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INTRODUCTION Motor imagery can be defined as a dynamic state during which the representation of a movement is internally rehearsed in the absence of voluntary movements. There are two strategies to mentally simulate the movements, either a visual representation of the movements (visual imagery), or kinesthetic feeling of the movement (kinetic imagery). In(More)
OBJECTIVES To assess the efficacy of botulinum toxin injections for hypertonic upper limbs in patients with residual motricity that allows a functional use of the hand. METHODS Patients were seen between February 2000 and November 2002, before and after botulinum toxin injections for hypertonic upper limbs due to upper motor neuron syndrome. All patients(More)
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