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In the light of studies published in the last ten years, we have suspected a differential influence of the sides of hemispheric cerebral lesions on posture and balance. A study was aimed at verifying this hypothesis, the method of which being original because many possible confounding factors such as age, sex as well as topography and size of the brain(More)
The aim of this study was to analyze the ipsilateral upper limb and head kinematics in patients presenting with spatial neglect, using pointing and grasping to object. Four patients were included and compared to an equivalent number of normal subjects. Head, shoulder, and wrist movements were recorded using a three-dimensional VICON system. Objects to be(More)
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