Upper-extremity H-reflex measurement post-stroke: Reliability and inter-limb differences

@article{Phadke2012UpperextremityHM,
  title={Upper-extremity H-reflex measurement post-stroke: Reliability and inter-limb differences},
  author={Chetan P Phadke and Christopher Travis Robertson and Elizabeth G. Condliffe and Carolynn Patten},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={123},
  pages={1606-1615}
}
OBJECTIVE To establish test-retest reliability of flexor carpi radialis (FCR) H-reflexes in non-disabled and stroke participants. We also investigated inter-limb differences and effects of chronicity post-stroke compared to non-disabled group and age-related effects in the non-disabled group. METHODS Sixteen chronic stroke and twenty-two non-disabled participants were recruited. Bilateral FCR H-reflexes were tested on two separate days by stimulating the median nerve and recording surface… CONTINUE READING
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