Nuray Yozbatiran

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In this paper, we analyze the correlations between four clinical measures (Fugl-Meyer upper extremity scale, Motor Activity Log, Action Research Arm Test, and Jebsen-Taylor Hand Function Test) and four robotic measures (smoothness of movement, trajectory error, average number of target hits per minute, and mean tangential speed), used to assess motor(More)
Robotica / Volume 32 / Special Issue 08 / December 2014, pp 1415 1431 DOI: 10.1017/S0263574714001490, Published online: 20 June 2014 Link to this article: How to cite this article: Ali Utku Pehlivan, Fabrizio Sergi, Andrew Erwin, Nuray Yozbatiran, Gerard E. Francisco and Marcia K. O'Malley (2014).(More)
Cerebellar white matter (WM) connections to the central nervous system are classified functionally into the Spinocerebellar (SC), vestibulocerebellar (VC), and cerebrocerebellar subdivisions. The SC pathways project from spinal cord to cerebellum, whereas the VC pathways project from vestibular organs of the inner ear. Cerebrocerebellar connections are(More)
Several diffusion tensor imaging tractography (DTT) have been adopted to construct the living human brain corticospinal tract. In this Note, we applied method "A" as recently described and used by "Lin CC, Tsai MY, Lo YC, et al. Reproducibility of corticospinal diffusion tensor tractography innormal subjects and hemiparetic stroke patients. Eur J Radiol(More)
BACKGROUND Exercise has beneficial effects on muscle and motor function after spinal cord injury (SCI). Little is known regarding effects of prolonged intense exercise (IE) in humans with chronic SCI. DESIGN Prospective, non-randomized, controlled observational study. The intervention was either a multimodal IE program (n=21) or a control (CTL)(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the effects of a short-term electrical stimulation in conjunction with neurodevelopmental exercises on sensory and functional recovery of hemiparetic upper limb in acute stroke patients. DESIGN Controlled clinical trial with alternate allocation. SETTING Acute inpatient medical care setting of a university hospital. SUBJECTS(More)
CASE REPORT A 28-year-old woman, with incomplete spinal cord injury at the C2 level, classified as American Spinal Injury Impairment Scale C (AIS), participated in a robotic rehabilitation program 29 months after injury. Robotic training was provided to both upper extremities using the MAHI Exo-II, an exoskeleton device designed for rehabilitation of the(More)
Stroke can be a source of significant upper extremity dysfunction and affect the quality of life (QoL) in survivors. In this context, novel rehabilitation approaches employing robotic rehabilitation devices combined with brain-machine interfaces can greatly help in expediting functional recovery in these individuals by actively engaging the user during(More)
Regaining upper extremity function is the primary concern of persons with tetraplegia caused by spinal cord injury (SCI). Robotic rehabilitation has been inadequately tested and underutilized in rehabilitation of the upper extremity in the SCI population. Given the acceptance of robotic training in stroke rehabilitation and SCI gait training, coupled with(More)
This study demonstrates the feasibility of detecting motor intent from brain activity of chronic stroke patients using an asynchronous electroencephalography (EEG)-based brain machine interface (BMI). Intent was inferred from movement related cortical potentials (MRCPs) measured over an optimized set of EEG electrodes. Successful intent detection triggered(More)