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[Interest of visual biofeedback training in rehabilitation of balance after stroke].
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was the assessment of visual biofeedback in the management of balance disorders after stroke. MATERIAL AND METHODS This is a prospective randomised trial, whichExpand
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Magnetoencephalography in stroke: a 1‐year follow‐up study
Recovery after stroke is closely linked to cerebral plasticity. Magnetoencephalography (MEG) is a non‐invasive technique, which allows location of cerebral cells activities. In the present work, aExpand
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Physical training and multiple sclerosis.
For many years, patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) were advised to avoid exercise because of the risk of increased neurological impairment. This article reviews the literature related to MS andExpand
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Cervical spondylotic myelopathy in athetoid cerebral palsy patients: about five cases.
UNLABELLED We herein report five cases of cerebral palsy athetosic patients with spondyloid cervical myelopathy. Four of them underwent decompressive surgery. The level of cervicarthrosis differsExpand
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[Influence of temperature changes on clinical symptoms in multiple sclerosis: an epidemiologic study].
UNLABELLED The effects of the modifications of temperature are well known in patients affected by multiple sclerosis (MS). They are variable and can influence daily living. This sensibility can beExpand
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Return to work after brain injury: a retrospective study of 85 patients followed by an occupational reintegration unit.
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[Heterotopic ossification in Guillain-Barré syndrome].
INTRODUCTION Heterotopic ossification are frequent in central nervous disease, on the opposite just a few cases have been described in peripheral disorders. PURPOSE To describe three cases ofExpand
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Medication, rehabilitation and health care consumption in adults with cerebral palsy: a population based study
Objective: To evaluate medication, rehabilitation and healthcare consumption in adults with CP as a function of Gross Motor Function Classification System (GMFCS) level. Design: Questionnaire-basedExpand
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Interest of Botulinum Toxin for Treatment of Spasticity in Multiple Sclerosis
Background: Pyramidal tract lesions are common in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients and cause symptoms of spasticity, weakness and paralysis. OnabotulinumtoxinA treatment for spasticity isExpand
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Effects of pregnancy and child birth on urinary symptoms and urodynamics in women with multiple sclerosis
ObjectiveOur objective was to study the impact of pregnancy and delivery on vesicourethral disorders in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS).Design and settingWe performed a retrospective chartExpand
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