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Stroke

17 September 2010

Brain stimulation for stroke recovery

A noninvasive method of brain stimulation helped partially paralysed stroke patients regain a significant amount of muscle function, a new study indicates.

A noninvasive method of brain stimulation helped partially paralysed stroke patients regain a significant amount of muscle function, a new study indicates.

The patients were assessed at the start of the study, and at two, four eight and 12 weeks. The results appear in the European Journal of Neurology.

What the study found

 

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