hemiparetic


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Related to hemiparetic: hemiplegic, hemiparetic gait
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hemiparetic

a. hemiparético-a, rel. a la hemiparesis o de la naturaleza de la misma.
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NeuroN represents the first systematic attempt to investigate the neurophysiological correlates of changes in the excitability of the cortical areas responsible for ankle dorsiflexion in chronic hemiparetic stroke survivors with drop foot impairment and to identify novel biomarkers of motor recovery.
Hemiparetic participants conformed to the following inclusion criteria: hemiparesis secondary to a unilateral stroke; absence of significant lower-limb joint pain, limb contractures, or major sensory deficits; ability to independently walk >10 m on a level surface with an assistive device; and daily walking in the home.
Muscle strength is a determinant of bone mineral content in the hemiparetic upper extremity: implications for stroke rehabilitation.
Sharp SA, Brouwer BJ (1997) Isokinetic strength training of the hemiparetic knee: Effects on function and spasticity.
Treadmill walking with partial body weight support versus floor walking in hemiparetic subjects.
Single Limb exercise: pilot study of physiological and functional responses to forced use of the hemiparetic lower extremity.
The patient continued to ambulate with a slightly hemiparetic gait pattern but advanced each leg independently in a reciprocal fashion.
Electromyography characterization of stretch responses in hemiparetic stroke patients and their relationship with the Modified Ashworth Scale.
Robert Wendland regained consciousness after 14 months in a coma but was left hemiparetic and incontinent and could not feed by mouth or dress, arid bathe and communicate consistently.
5- to 2-fold elevated energy requirements for hemiparetic gait (Macko et al.