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Van der Krogt, H. (author), Klomp, A. (author), De Groot, J.H. (author), De Vlugt, E. (author), Van der Helm, F.C.T. (author), Meskers, C.G.M. (author), Arendzen, J.H. (author)
Background: Understanding movement disorder after stroke and providing targeted treatment for post stroke patients requires valid and reliable identification of biomechanical (passive) and neural (active and reflexive) contributors. Aim of this study was to assess test-retest reliability of passive, active and reflexive parameters and to...
journal article 2015
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De Vlugt, E. (author), De Groot, J.H. (author), Schenkeveld, K.E. (author), Arendzen, J.H. (author), Van der Helm, F.C.T. (author), Meskers, C.G.M. (author)
Quantifying increased joint resistance into its contributing factors i.e. stiffness and viscosity ("hypertonia") and stretch reflexes ("hyperreflexia") is important in stroke rehabilitation. Existing clinical tests, such as the Ashworth Score, do not permit discrimination between underlying tissue and reflexive (neural) properties. We propose an...
journal article 2010
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Meskers, C.G.M. (author), Schouten, A.C. (author), De Groot, J.H. (author), De Vlugt, E. (author), Van Hilten, B.J.J. (author), Van der Helm, F.C.T. (author), Arendzen, H.J.H. (author)
Background Instead of hyper-reflexia as sole paradigm, post-stroke movement disorders are currently considered the result of a complex interplay between neuronal and muscular properties, modified by level of activity. We used a closed loop system identification technique to quantify individual contributors to wrist joint stiffness during an...
journal article 2009