motor deficit, fist joint spasticity degree 2; left LL.--paretic motor deficit, ROT vii, Babinski (+), walk possibility with a walking stick.
Therefore, these studies typically exclude stroke survivors with limited to no functional movement in the paretic
Dewald, "Overcoming abnormal joint torque patterns in paretic
upper extremities using triceps stimulation.," Artificial Organs, vol.
Smith, "Assessment of strength deficits in eight paretic
upper extremity muscle groups of stroke patients with hemiplegia," Physical Therapy, vol.
Twenty-five children were above the upper bound of the reference range (i.e., bisection deviated towards the nonparetic hemispace), and 8 children were below the lower bound of the reference range (i.e., bisection deviated towards the paretic
A wearable device for paretic
hand rehabilitation were developed in response to the needs .
Patients generally regain strength in affected paretic
muscles, though roughly one-third of NA patients still report some form of dysfunction or symptom even six years post initial presentation.
strabismus can be either concomitant or incomitant.
In some, hind legs become paretic
, but not paralytic and such animals may remain on their feet for upto ten days.
We did not also include patients with the paretic
eye fixating and the other amblyopic, since in this condition, it is quite probable that a current or previous anisometropia has promoted fixation of the paretic
eye, and the aim of the present study was to investigate strabismic and not anisometropic amblyopia.
Bohannon, "Orthotic aided training of the paretic
upper limb in chronic stroke: results of a phase 1 trial," NeuroRehabilitation, vol.
This suppression might also contribute to the present recovery because activities in contralesional M1 sometimes disturb motor recovery by abnormal interhemispheric interactions during voluntary movement of the paretic