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Tapping responses were recorded in a group of patients who sustained lesions from cerebrovascular accidents and from an age-matched group of healthy subjects. In each experiment the stimuli were an auditory signal, a flash, or a light touch on the arm, delivered either at random intervals or at fixed time intervals of 1, 2, 3, or 4 s. The tapping response(More)
The purpose of this study was to assess attitudes of dental hygienists toward continuing education (CE) in two states: Kentucky, a state with mandatory continuing education (MCE), and Virginia, a state without MCE. A self-designed, 13-item, attitudinal questionnaire was sent to a random sample of licensed hygienists in Kentucky and Virginia. Of the 400(More)
Change in muscle tonus is characteristic of upper motor neuron disease. Upper limb hypertonus is mostly experienced in the flexor muscles group, causing abnormal fixed flexion of the elbow. This in turn leads to functional impairments in daily life (especially in stability while standing and walking, and in activities such as dressing), often accompanied by(More)
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