hemiparetic


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hemiparetic

 [hem″e-pah-ret´ik]
1. pertaining to hemiparesis.
2. one affected with hemiparesis.
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The factors that influence mediolateral FP in the higher fall risk hemiparetic group differed substantially from those in the control group (Figure 3(c)).
Firstly, our results showed a greater S1 variability in the hemisphere contralateral to the hemiparetic side than in the ipsilateral.
Neuper, "Sensorimotor EEG patterns during motor imagery in hemiparetic stroke patients," International Journal of Bioelectromagnetism, vol.
Roche, "Clinical and biomechanical factors which predict timed up and down stairs test performance in hemiparetic patients," Gait and Posture, vol.
The most common form of this condition is hemiparetic CP, which alters use of one hand by impairing contralesional motor output [3-8].
According to her study carried out in hemiparetic patients [10], it would appear that the score was calculated from STPs.
Ng, "Balance ability, not muscle strength and exercise endurance, determines the performance of hemiparetic subjects on the timed-sit-to-stand test," American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, vol.
Effect of backward walking training on postural balance in children with hemiparetic cerebral palsy: a randomized controlled study.
Visuomotor discordance during visually-guided hand movement in virtual reality modulates sensorimotor cortical activity in healthy and hemiparetic subjects.
This feasibility study used a repeated measures design to assess aspects of implementing TOT with persons with hemiparetic upper extremity function.
Relative and absolute reliabilities of the myotonometric measurements of hemiparetic arms in patients with stroke.