J D Sulzer

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Four personal longitudinal observations and two cases from the literature are used to introduce the concept of oto-spondylo-megaepiphyseal dysplasia (OSMED). The condition may be recognized at birth. The main clinical findings are sensoneurinal deafness, enlarged 1st interphalangeal joints of the hands, relative short extremities with abnormally large knees(More)
While repetitive training is widely regarded to be a useful rehabilitation strategy, such training requires motivation that may be lacking. In order to improve motivation in a potentially inexpensive and simple manner, we introduce in this proof-of-concept study a combination of error sonification and music for upper limb training. Twelve healthy(More)