Hummelsheim

Hum·mel·sheim

(hŭm'elz-hīm),
Eduard K.M.J., German ophthalmologist, 1868-1952. See: Hummelsheim operation, Hummelsheim procedure.
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14) proposed an adapted version of the Hummelsheim procedure in which the vertical rectus muscle is resected 4-5 mm prior to transposition (augmented Hummelsheim procedure).
Augmented Hummelsheim procedure to treat complete abducens nerve palsy.
Hummelsheim, "Is the repetitive training of complex hand and arm movements beneficial for motor recovery in stroke patients?
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Jobges M, Heuschkel G, Pretzel C, Illhardt C, Renner C, Hummelsheim H (2004): Repetitive training of compensatory steps: a therapeutic approach for postural instability in Parkinson's disease.
Hummelsheim is a researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Freiburg, Germany.
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Butefisch C, Hummelsheim H, Denzler P, Mauritz KH (1995): Repetitive training of isolated movements improves the outcome of motor rehabilitation of the centrally paretic hand.