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Pallesthesia Studies in Stroke Patients



The author speculates that diminution or loss on the sensory side (measured in impaired vibratory sensation) in a stroke patient may be a factor in the degree of success of rehabilitative procedures in such patients. Preliminary studies with treatment by sinusoidal stimulation suggest this may be worthwhile adjunctive therapy.

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