Neurorehabilitation After Stroke - European Medical Journal

Neurorehabilitation After Stroke

Neurology
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Authors:
Rüdiger J. Seitz,1 Leeanne M. Carey2
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No potential conflict of interest.

Received:
05.07.13
Accepted:
29.08.13
Citation
EMJ Neurol. ;1[1]:38-45.

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Abstract

Recovery from ischaemic stroke is determined in the acute phase by the lesion impact of ischaemia and subsequently, by functional and structural network changes in the spared brain tissue. Neurorehabilitation supports the restitution of function using repetitive, learning-based and, more recently, technology-based training strategies.

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