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While the occurrence and management of brainstem tumours in children would not traditionally indicate potential direct structural impact on classical language centres, recent theories have implicated some involvement of the brainstem in a functional language and cognitive neural loop between the...
Objective: To examine instrument reliability, validity, factor structure, and conceptual underpinnings of the Community Integration Measure (CIM) with the Community Integration Questionnaire Revised (CIQ-R) and the Satisfaction with Life Scale (SWLS). Design: A replication study. Setting:...
Primary objective: This paper examined the effectiveness of postural training on upper extremity performance in an ataxic individual. The ataxia resulted from a brain stem stroke. Research design: Before-after, single-subject experimental design. Experimental intervention: Four-week course of...
Objective: To examine the correlation between motor impairment, aerobic capacity and HRV parameters in patients who had recently had an ischemic stroke. Design: Thirty-nine patients, after a first CVA. Measurements: motor performance (measured by the Motor Assessment Scale (MAS)), aerobic...
Objective: To investigate the effect on fine motor ability and the appropriate restriction period of constraint-induced movement therapy in hemiparetic patients with brain injury. Design: Nine chronic hemiparetic patients with brain injury were studied. After confirming the cessation of further...
Objective: To identify and characterize demographics, injury variables, complications, and functional outcomes in Asian patients presenting in States of Severely Altered Consciousness (SSAC). Design: Descriptive case series review. Setting/Subjects: Acute rehabilitation unit with intensive,...
The purpose of this work was to get insight into the role of frontal trunk and proximal extremity muscles in rolling from supine to side lying. Participants were seventeen hemiparetic patients and 14 healthy subjects. Electromyographic (EMG) activity of the Sternocleidomasoid (ScM), Pectoralis...
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