Isabelle Hauret

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BACKGROUND Better understanding of how bimanual coordination changes over the first weeks of recovery after stroke is required to address the potential utility for bimanual rehabilitation. Three-dimensional kinematic analysis can provide quantitative assessment of unimanual and bimanual movements. OBJECTIVE To assess the natural evolution of reaching(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the time-related changes in motor performance of the ipsilesional upper limb in subacute poststroke patients by using clinical and kinematic assessments. DESIGN Observational, longitudinal, prospective, monocentric study. SETTING Physical medicine and rehabilitation department. PARTICIPANTS Stroke patients (n=19; mean age,(More)
We investigated the visual perception of biological movement by people post-stroke, using minimal kinematic displays. A group of twenty patients and a group of twelve age-matched healthy controls were asked to judge movement fluency. The movements to judge were either displayed as an end-point dot or as a stick-figure of the arm and trunk. It was found that(More)
BACKGROUND Kinematic assessment of upper limb motor recovery after stroke may be related to clinical scores while being more sensitive and reliable than clinical evaluation alone. OBJECTIVE To identify the potential of kinematics in assessing upper limb recovery early poststroke. METHODS Thirteen patients were included within 1 month poststroke and(More)
INTRODUCTION Botulinum toxin injections are an effective treatment for limb spasticity following stroke. Different tracking techniques are used for this purpose: palpation, electrostimulation, electromyography and ultrasound. Yet very few studies have compared these different techniques, and none has successfully proved the superior efficacy of(More)
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