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motor recovery

Improvement in the performance of a fatigued muscle or in the movement of a group of muscles paralyzed by stroke or injury.
See also: recovery
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Mirror therapy enhances upper extremity motor recovery in stroke patients.
In conjunction with our previous study which demonstrates the better effect of dual-mode NBS on motor recovery in subacute stroke patients than conventional rTMS [26], this study investigated the alterations in connectivity that occurred in motor networks after NBS.
Koseoglu, "Mirror therapy enhances lower-extremity motor recovery and motor functioning after stroke: a randomized controlled trial," Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, vol.
Zwarts, "Motor recovery after stroke: a systematic review of the literature," Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, vol.
Motor recovery was assessed using the SWMFS which is a reliable measure of UL motor function in chronic stroke (Saposnik et al., 2016; Chen et al., 2014).
We report that initiation of fluoxetine for motor recovery after ischemic stroke carries the risk of inducing hypomania in a patient with bipolar 2 disorder who is not taking a mood stabilizer.
Therefore, the aim of the present study was to evaluate the effect of TBS on upper limb motor recovery on patients with stroke in the light of literature data.
It has been reported that the preservation of the sense of position after a stroke is associated with motor recovery of the upper extremity and that it is a valid prognostic finding for the prediction of the motor recovery degree in the long run (6, 7).
Hallett et al., "Cortical reorganization and associated functional motor recovery after virtual reality in patients with chronic stroke: an experimenter-blind preliminary study," Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, vol.
Cohen, "Neural substrates of motor recovery in severely impaired stroke patients with hand paralysis," Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, vol.
EEG parameters like the brain symmetry index (BSI) have been used in research as a prognostic marker for general morbidity and mortality following stroke, yet the role of BSI in functional motor recovery has never been considerably explored before.