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OBJECTIVE Several studies have indicated that changing body positions results in altered grip strengths. Although one might expect that grip strength would be influenced by the position of the forearm during gripping due to the biomechanical properties of the forearm and hand muscles, no investigations of this variable have been undertaken. METHOD This(More)
BACKGROUND The prevalence of uremic hypothermia (UH) and the effects of improving uremia on body temperature have not been determined in veterinary patients. OBJECTIVES To determine the prevalence of UH and correlations between uremia and body temperature in patients undergoing intermittent hemodialysis (IHD). ANIMALS Uremic dogs (n = 122) and cats (n =(More)
INVENTORY Supplemental Data Figure S1: Error rates for the cerebellar rTMS group between blocks, and between conditions after cerebellar rTMS. Supplemental Experimental Procedures 1. We provide a description of the materials, task, and stimulation protocol used in this study. 2. We present Supplemental Analysis and Results sections, detailing the main(More)
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