Sensorimotor Rehabilitation, Vol 218. Progress in Brain Research

  • ID: 4579870
  • Book
  • 470 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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This volume of Progress in Brain Research focuses on Sensorimotor Rehabilitation.

  • This well-established international series examines major areas of basic and clinical research within neuroscience, as well as emerging subfields

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Comprehensive Assessment of Walking Function After Human Spinal Cord Injury

Translating Mechanisms of Neuroprotection, Regeneration, and Repair to Treatment of Spinal Cord Injury

High Resolution Imaging of the Central Nervous System: How Novel Imaging Methods Combined with Navigation Strategies will Advance Patient Care

Assessment of Transmission in Specific Descending Pathways in Relation to Gait and Balance Following Spinal Cord Injury

Exciting Recovery: Augmenting Practice with Stimulation to Optimize Outcomes after Spinal Cord Injury

Facilitation of Descending Excitatory and Spinal Inhibitory Networks from Training of Endurance and Precision Walking in Participants with Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury

Targeted Neuroplasticity for Rehabilitation

The "Beneficial" Effects of Locomotor Training after Various Types of Spinal Lesions in Cats and Rats

Electrophysiological Mapping of Rat Sensorimotor Lumbosacral Spinal Networks after Complete Paralysis

The Extracellular Matrix in Plasticity and Regeneration after CNS Injury and Neurodegenerative Disease

Bench to Bedside: Challenges of Clinical Translation

Restoring Motor Function With Bidirectional Neural Interfaces

Stroke Rehabilitation:  Clinical Picture, Assessment and Therapeutic Challenge

Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Motor Recovery of the Upper Limb after Stroke

Cortical Mechanisms Underlying Sensorimotor Enhancement Promoted by Walking with Haptic Inputs in a Virtual Environment

Translating the Science into Practice: Shaping Rehabilitation Practice to Enhance Recovery after Brain Damage

Inhibition of the Contralesional Hemisphere after Stroke: Reviewing a few of the Building Blocks with a Focus on Animal Models

Pathways Mediating Functional Recovery

Lost in Translation: Rethinking Approaches to Stroke Recovery

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