Post-movement beta synchronization in subjects presenting with sensory deafferentation.

@article{Reyns2008PostmovementBS,
  title={Post-movement beta synchronization in subjects presenting with sensory deafferentation.},
  author={Nicolas Reyns and Elise Houdayer and J. L. Bourriez and Serge Blond and P. Derambure},
  journal={Clinical neurophysiology : official journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={119 6},
  pages={1335-45}
}
OBJECTIVE We studied the time course and location of post-movement beta synchronization (PMBS) in patients presenting with sensory deafferentation, in order to assess the hypothetical relationship between the PMBS and the cortical processing of movement-related somatosensory afferent inputs. METHODS We used the event-related synchronization (ERS) method. EEG activity was recorded (via a 128-electrode system) during brisk, unilateral right and left index finger extension by 10 patients… CONTINUE READING
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