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Interactive motion-controlled games in the neurorehabilitation of adult post-stroke patients
Despite efforts of scientists and clinicians stroke still constitutes one of the major causes of disability worldwide. Motion-controlled video games become increasingly common adjunct to the traditional physical therapy. ...
Magnetoencephalograpy in brain-computer interfaces- current and future solutions
Neurological disorders may cause severe disorders. Scientists and clinicians still look forward to novel technologies allowing for precise, relevant diagnosis and effective treatment. One of the most promising technologies ...
Computational approach to neural plasticity of nervous system on system level
Neuroplasticity (brain plasticity, cortical plasticity) is perceived an ability of nervous system to be changed (both in functional and structural areas) by processed signals (i. e. through activity, changes in environment, ...
3D printing technologies in rehabilitation engineering
3D printing, 3D scanning, and reverse engineering are relatively novel technologies, which may revolutionize scientific research within health sciences and clinical practice. Broader use of such technologies may cause ...