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Quantitative Assessment of Limb Position Sense Following Stroke

Quantitative Assessment of Limb Position Sense Following Stroke,10.1177/1545968309345267,Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair,S. P. Dukelow,T. M. Her

Quantitative Assessment of Limb Position Sense Following Stroke   (Citations: 2)
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Journal: Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair - NEUROREHABIL NEURAL REPAIR , vol. 24, no. 2, pp. 178-187, 2010
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    • ...In addition, tools have been developed to quantitatively measure joint position sense in the upper extremity in persons with stroke [13-15] and hemiplegic cerebral palsy [16]...
    • ...Upper extremity robotic manipulanda, such as the KINARM and InMotion, have been used to measure proprioception in the upper extremities in able-bodied subjects [9, 27] and in patients with stroke [14]...

    Antoinette Domingoet al. Quantifying lower limb joint position sense using a robotic exoskeleto...

    • ...A notable exception is the recent paper by Dukelow et al. [6] who used the KINARM device [7], by fitting each arm of the subjects in one of two exoskeletons: one arm was passively placed in one of 9 positions, in one half of the workspace, and the subject was told to actively mirror-match the other arm in the contralateral hemi space...

    Valentina Squeriet al. Integrating proprioceptive assessment with proprioceptive training of ...

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