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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In the low fall risk hemiparetic group, the factors that influence FP location varied between the nonparetic and paretic limbs (Figure 3(b)).
Neptune, "Preswing deficits in forward propulsion, swing initiation and power generation by individual muscles during hemiparetic walking," Journal of Biomechanics, vol.
Leroux, "Relation between physical exertion and postural stability in hemiparetic participants secondary to stroke," Gait and Posture, vol.
However, some patients insist that they can use their hemiparetic limbs better after acupuncture.
In particular, we aimed to test the following hypotheses: (i) in the affected hemisphere (i.e., the hemisphere contralateral to the hemiparetic side), S1 activation is dislocated from the expected area and (ii) the degree of the dislocation of the reorganized S1 correlates with the severity of the somatosensory deficit.
The neurodevelopmental treatment (NDT), or the Bobath concept, which mostly formed from clinical experience, focuses on normalizing muscle tone and movement patterns in order to improve recovery of the hemiparetic side and inspire training strategies such as continuous passive motion [31] and constraint-induced therapy [14, 32].
Hesse, "The influence of treadmill inclination on the gait of ambulatory hemiparetic subjects," Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, vol.
As such, interventions aimed at improving functional walking status are critical for improving quality of life for hemiparetic individuals and their caregivers.
Tokuhisa, "Effect of a cognitive task during obstacle crossing in hemiparetic stroke patients," Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, vol.
Ankara FTR EAH hemiparetic and non-hemiparetic ankle after stroke: is the non-hemiparetic ankle also affected?
Most subjects were paraparetic (16; 66.7%), although 6 (25%) subjects were quadriparetic, one was hemiparetic, one monoparetic and one patient was not documented.
Recovery of function in the hemiparetic upper extremity is noted in fewer than 15% of patients after stroke [1].