K B Petropoulou

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Spasticity is part of the complex clinical picture which results from the upper motor neuron impairment. The underlying mechanisms that produce the automatic overactivity of the muscle groups may manifest themselves as either passive movements dependent on the exerted velocity or persistent muscle overactivity in the form of spastic dystonia. The(More)
The neuromodulation specialist who is involved in the management of spasticity should not be interested only in the technical aspects of the implantation of a device. It is important that (s)he has a sound understanding of all aspects of this serious disability in order to determine appropriately whether an ablative or a neuromodulatory intervention(More)
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