Original paper

Low‐Frequency Brain Oscillations Track Motor Recovery in Human Stroke

Volume: 86, Issue: 6, Pages: 853 - 865
Published: Oct 30, 2019
Abstract
The majority of patients with stroke survive the acute episode and live with enduring disability. Effective therapies to support recovery of motor function after stroke are yet to be developed. Key to this development is the identification of neurophysiologic signals that mark recovery and are suitable and susceptible to interventional therapies. Movement preparatory low-frequency oscillations (LFOs) play a key role in cortical control of...
Paper Details
Title
Low‐Frequency Brain Oscillations Track Motor Recovery in Human Stroke
Published Date
Oct 30, 2019
Volume
86
Issue
6
Pages
853 - 865
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