Functional MRI in stroke following tDCS and brain-computer interface-assisted motor imagery rehabilitation

@inproceedings{Teh2011FunctionalMI,
  title={Functional MRI in stroke following tDCS and brain-computer interface-assisted motor imagery rehabilitation},
  author={Irvin Teh and Cuntai Guan and Kai Keng Ang and Kok Soon Phua and Ling Zhao and Chang Wu Chen and E. Chew},
  year={2011}
}
Introduction Recent advances in stroke rehabilitation include motor imagery (MI) [1, 2], and transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS). In chronic stroke patients, recovery in the affected arm can be improved with cathodal tDCS to the unaffected M1 cortex [3], or anodal tDCS to the affected M1 cortex [3, 4]. Functional imaging studies post-tDCS have… CONTINUE READING