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    • Ankle Dorsiflexion, Not Plantarflexion Strength, Predicts the Functional Modility of People with Spastic Hemiplegia 

      Ng, Shamay S. M.; Hui-Chan, Christina W. Y. (Foundation for Rehabilitation Information, 2013-06)
      Objective: To determine the relationships between affected ankle dorsiflexion strength, other ankle muscle strength measurements, plantarflexor spasticity, and Timed "Up & Go" (TUG) times in people with spastic hemiplegia ...
    • Identification of Motor Impairments Using Movement Distributions 

      Lancaster, Joseph R. (2016-02-17)
      The identification of motor impairments in human neuropathologies is daunting and often restricted to using isometric tests, identifying a single impairment, or investigating a single joint. Here, we present and evaluate ...
    • Outcomes after surgery in patients with previous stroke 

      Liao, C.C.; Chang, P.Y.; Yeh, C.C.; Hu, C.J.; Wu, C.H.; Chen, T.L. (Wiley Open Access, 2014-09-16)
      Background Limited information is available on the association between a medical history of stroke and postoperative outcomes. This study investigated the outcomes following non-neurological surgery in patients with ...
    • S100B Raises the Alert in Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. 

      Chong ZZ (De Gruyter, 2016-10)
      Subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) is a devastating disease with high mortality and mobility, the novel therapeutic strategies of which are essentially required. The calcium binding protein S100B has emerged as a brain injury ...