Intention tremor and deficits of sensory feedback control in multiple sclerosis: a pilot study

@inproceedings{Heenan2014IntentionTA,
  title={Intention tremor and deficits of sensory feedback control in multiple sclerosis: a pilot study},
  author={Megan Heenan and Robert A. Scheidt and Douglas Woo and Scott A. Beardsley},
  booktitle={Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation},
  year={2014}
}
Intention tremor and dysmetria are leading causes of upper extremity disability in Multiple Sclerosis (MS). The development of effective therapies to reduce tremor and dysmetria is hampered by insufficient understanding of how the distributed, multi-focal lesions associated with MS impact sensorimotor control in the brain. Here we describe a systems-level approach to characterizing sensorimotor control and use this approach to examine how sensory and motor processes are differentially impacted… CONTINUE READING

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Visual delay adaptation to reduce intention tremor in multiple sclerosis

  • ML Heenan, RA Scheidt, SA Beardsley
  • ACTRIMS/ECTRIMS;
  • 2014
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