Movement-dependent stroke recovery: A systematic review and meta-analysis of TMS and fMRI evidence

@article{Richards2008MovementdependentSR,
  title={Movement-dependent stroke recovery: A systematic review and meta-analysis of TMS and fMRI evidence},
  author={Lorie G. Richards and Kim C. Stewart and Michelle Woodbury and Claudia R. Senesac and James H. Cauraugh},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2008},
  volume={46},
  pages={3-11}
}
Evidence indicates that experience-dependent cortical plasticity underlies post-stroke motor recovery of the impaired upper extremity. Motor skill learning in neurologically intact individuals is thought to involve the primary motor cortex, and the majority of studies in the animal literature have studied changes in the primary sensorimotor cortex with motor rehabilitation. Whether changes in engagement in the sensorimotor cortex occur in humans after stroke currently is an area of much… CONTINUE READING

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Movement - dependent stroke recovery : a systematic review and meta - analysis of TMS and fMRI evidence

  • LG Richards, KC Stewart, ML Woodbury, C Senesac, JH Cauraugh
  • Neuropsychologia
  • 2008

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