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Time Course of Trunk, Arm, Leg, and Functional Recovery After Ischemic Stroke
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Separate analyses of motor and functional recovery patterns after stroke confirm the importance of the first month for recovery, and show the time course of recovery of the trunk is similar to the recovery of arm, leg, and functional ability. Expand
Predictors of fitness to drive in people with Parkinson disease
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A short clinical screening battery that measures disease duration, contrast sensitivity, cognitive and motor functions can predict fitness to drive in people with Parkinson disease with a high degree of accuracy. Expand
Screening for fitness to drive after stroke
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The Road Sign Recognition, Compass, and TMT B are clinically administrable office-based tests that can be used to identify persons with stroke at risk of failing an on-road assessment following a systematic review and meta-analysis. Expand
Explaining freezing of gait in Parkinson's disease: Motor and cognitive determinants
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Nongait freezing, increased dopaminergic drug dose, cognitive deficits, and falls and balance problems are independent determinants of FOG in people with PD and may play a synergistic role in its manifestation. Expand
Effect of Simulator Training on Fitness-to-Drive After Stroke: A 5-Year Follow-up of a Randomized Controlled Trial
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The authors found that 5 years after stroke, the advantage of simulator-based driving training over cognitive rehabilitation therapy, evident at 6 months poststroke, had faded 5 years later and poststroke drivers were younger and less severely affected and depressed than nondrivers. Expand
Training of driving-related attentional performance after stroke using a driving simulator
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It is suggested that 10 hours of simulator-based driving training after stroke is sufficient to realize meaningful benefits in attentional performance. Expand
Effects of deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus on freezing of gait in Parkinson's disease: a prospective controlled study
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To compare the effects of bilateral STN-DBS and continued best medical treatment (BMT) on FOG occurrence, FOG severity and clinical outcomes in PD patients at 6 and 12 months follow-up, a prospective, controlled study is conducted. Expand
Improvement of driving skills in persons with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis: a pilot study.
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This pilot study demonstrates the potential of using a simulator to improve driving-related visual, cognitive, and on-road skills in individuals with RRMS, particularly those with an EDSS score >3. Expand
Establishing an evidence-base framework for driving rehabilitation in Parkinson's disease: A systematic review of on-road driving studies.
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Driving rehabilitation strategies for individuals with PD should include training of operational and tactical driving skills or indirect comprehensive training program of visual, cognitive, and motor skills. Expand
Cognitive workload across the spectrum of cognitive impairments: A systematic review of physiological measures
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The objective was to identify the physiological measures that are sensitive to assessing cognitive workload across the spectrum of cognitive impairments and show greater cognitive workload in healthy older adults compared to younger adults when performing the same task. Expand
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