Compensatory role of the cortico-rubro-spinal tract in motor recovery after stroke.

Abstract

OBJECTIVES Studies on nonhuman primates have demonstrated that the cortico-rubro-spinal system can compensate for damage to the pyramidal tract (PT). In humans, so-called alternate motor fibers (aMF), which may comprise the cortico-rubro-spinal tract, have been suggested to play a similar role in motor recovery after stroke. Using diffusion tensor imaging… (More)
DOI: 10.1212/WNL.0b013e31826356e8

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