Electrocorticographic decoding of ipsilateral reach in the setting of contralateral arm weakness from a cortical lesion

Brain machine interfaces have the potential for restoring motor function not only in patients with amputations or lesions of efferent pathways in the spinal cord and peripheral nerves, but also patients with acquired brain lesions such as strokes and tumors. In these patients the most efficient components of cortical motor systems are not available for BMI… CONTINUE READING