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Selective loss of hippocampal granule cells in the mature rat brain after adrenalectomy.
Adrenalectomy of adult male rats resulted in a nearly complete loss of hippocampal granule cells 3 to 4 months after surgery. Nissl and immunocytochemical staining of hippocampal neurons revealedExpand
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The Effects of Peroneal Nerve Functional Electrical Stimulation Versus Ankle-Foot Orthosis in Patients With Chronic Stroke
Background. Evidence supports peroneal nerve functional electrical stimulation (FES) as an effective alternative to ankle-foot orthoses (AFO) for treatment of foot drop poststroke, but few randomizedExpand
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Rehabilitation of Executive Functioning With Training in Attention Regulation Applied to Individually Defined Goals: A Pilot Study Bridging Theory, Assessment, and Treatment
Objective:To assess feasibility and effects of training in goal-oriented attentional self-regulation for patients with brain injury and chronic executive dysfunction. Participants:Sixteen individualsExpand
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Kinematic Data Analysis for Post-Stroke Patients Following Bilateral Versus Unilateral Rehabilitation With an Upper Limb Wearable Robotic System
Robot-assisted stroke rehabilitation has become popular as one approach to helping patients recover function post-stroke. Robotic rehabilitation requires four important elements to match the robot toExpand
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Development and Validation of the Function In Sitting Test in Adults With Acute Stroke
Background and Purpose: Research studies indicate that sitting balance ability is a substantial predictor of functional recovery after stroke. There are no gold standards for sitting balanceExpand
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Associations Between Cytokine Genes and a Symptom Cluster of Pain, Fatigue, Sleep Disturbance, and Depression in Patients Prior to Breast Cancer Surgery
Pain, fatigue, sleep disturbance, and depression are common and frequently co-occurring symptoms in oncology patients. This symptom cluster is often attributed to the release of proinflammatoryExpand
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A Comprehensive Analysis of Gait Impairment after Experimental Stroke and the Therapeutic Effect of Environmental Enrichment in Rats
Although gait changes are considered as reliable indices of stroke severity and efficacy of rehabilitative therapies in humans, data from animal models of focal ischemia are lacking. To determine theExpand
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Training of goal-directed attention regulation enhances control over neural processing for individuals with brain injury.
Deficits in attention and executive control are some of the most common, debilitating and persistent consequences of brain injuries. Understanding neural mechanisms that support clinicallyExpand
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Effectiveness of Sensory and Motor Rehabilitation of the Upper Limb Following the Principles of Neuroplasticity: Patients Stable Poststroke
Based on the principles of neuroplasticity, the purpose of this crossover study was to determine if improvement in upper extremity (UE) function and independence could be achieved in patients 6Expand
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Effect of a Foot-Drop Stimulator and Ankle–Foot Orthosis on Walking Performance After Stroke
Background. Studies have demonstrated the efficacy of functional electrical stimulation in the management of foot drop after stroke. Objective. To compare changes in walking performance with theExpand
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