Advances in Pediatric Neurorehabilitation: What Works in Vision Rehabilitation?
Translating Visual Neuroscience into Clinical Practice
Novel automated method to quantify vision in children with brain injury who cannot follow commands (9/16)
Novel automated method to quantify vision in children with brain injury who cannot follow commands (10/16)
OptokineSys: an automated method of quantifying visual function, even in people who cannot follow commands
Extraction of motor spatial patterns in children with movement disorders via joint decomposition of brain and muscle activity
Assessment of proprioception impairments in children with unilateral spastic cerebral palsy using a marker-less motion capture system
Sensory connectivity and lesion type predict hand function in children with unilateral spastic cerebral palsy
Cognitive Impairment after Acquired Brain Injury:
What Is Known about the Mechanisms and Effective Therapeutic Interventions
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