Nicola Volonterio

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After-stroke hemiplegia is not a static phenomena, motor function can be partially regained along with a process of cortical reorganization. fMRI allows to investigate brain activation but hemiplegic subjects may not perform correctly the task paradigm. The aim of the study is to combine MRI with a motion capture system in order to provide a method to(More)
Correlating the features of the actual executed movement with the associated cortical activations can enhance the reliability of the functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) data interpretation. This is crucial for longitudinal evaluation of motor recovery in neurological patients and for investigating detailed mutual interactions between activation(More)
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