publication . Article . 2015

A study of tapping by the unaffected finger of patients presenting with central and peripheral nerve damage.

Zhang, Lingli; Han, Xiuying; Li, Peihong; Liu, Yang; Zhu, Yulian; Zou, Jun; Yu, Zhusheng;
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  • Published: 01 May 2015 Journal: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, volume 9 (eissn: 1662-5161, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
Aim Whether the unaffected function of the hand of patients presenting with nerve injury is affected remains inconclusive. We aimed to evaluate whether there are differences in finger tapping following central or peripheral nerve injury compared with the unaffected hand and the ipsilateral hand of a healthy subject. Methods Thirty right brain stroke patients with hemiplegia, 30 left arm peripheral nerve injury cases, and 60 healthy people were selected. We tested finger tapping of the right hands, and each subject performed the test twice. Results Finger tapping following peripheral nerve injury as compared with the unaffected hand and the dominant hand of a hea...
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publication . Article . 2015

A study of tapping by the unaffected finger of patients presenting with central and peripheral nerve damage.

Zhang, Lingli; Han, Xiuying; Li, Peihong; Liu, Yang; Zhu, Yulian; Zou, Jun; Yu, Zhusheng;