PET study of visually and non-visually guided finger movements in patients with severe pan-sensory neuropathies and healthy controls

Abstract

Although patients with sensory neuropathies and normal muscle power are rare, they have been extensively studied because they are a model for dissociating the sensory and motor components of movement. We have examined these patients to determine the cerebral functional anatomy of movement in the absence of proprioceptive input. In addition, the disabling… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s002210050849

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