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Brain–machine Interface In Chronic Stroke Rehabilitation: A Controlled Study

A. Ramos-Murguialday, D. Broetz, Massimiliano Rea, L. Läer, Ö. Yilmaz, Fabricio L. Brasil, G. Liberati, Marco R. Curado, E. Garcia-Cossio, Alexandros Vyziotis, W. Cho, M. Agostini, E. Soares, S. Soekadar, A. Caria, L. Cohen, N. Birbaumer
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Chronic stroke patients with severe hand weakness respond poorly to rehabilitation efforts. Here, we evaluated efficacy of daily brain–machine interface (BMI) training to increase the hypothesized beneficial effects of physiotherapy alone in patients with severe paresis in a double‐blind sham‐controlled design proof of concept study.
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