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Sensory perception in Parkinson disease.
OBJECTIVE To determine whether there is a complex sensory disturbance that may be contributing to the motor deficit in patients with Parkinson disease. DESIGN Comparison of performance by patientsExpand
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Development and Validation of the Function In Sitting Test in Adults With Acute Stroke
Background and Purpose: Research studies indicate that sitting balance ability is a substantial predictor of functional recovery after stroke. There are no gold standards for sitting balanceExpand
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Effect of pallidotomy on postural control and motor function in Parkinson disease.
OBJECTIVE To investigate the effects of pallidotomy on postural reactions and other motor parkinsonian deficits. DESIGN Comparison of performance by patients before and after pallidotomy on testsExpand
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Sensory dysfunction associated with repetitive strain injuries of tendinitis and focal hand dystonia: a comparative study.
Repetitive strain injuries are reaching epidemic levels among workers who perform heavy schedules of rapid alternating movements (eg., computer programmers, data entry workers) or repetitive,Expand
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Basal ganglia disorders
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Head-erect behavior among three preschool-aged children with cerebral palsy.
This article presents the results of a multiple baseline design, across subjects, to assess the effect of vibratory stimulation on head-erect behavior in subjects who were prone. The subjects wereExpand
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Gait analysis and Parkinson's disease.
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Feasibility of Computer-Based Videogame Therapy for Children with Cerebral Palsy.
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A computer-based videogame incorporating therapeutic movements to improve gait and balance in children with CP was appealing and feasible for home use. Expand
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The sensory consequences of repetitive strain injury in musicians: focal dystonia of the hand.
Some individuals with repetitive strain injury (RSI) develop focal dystonia of the hand (FDh), a disorder of motor control manifested in a specific context during skilled, hand movements. ThisExpand
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