Multiple Sclerosis International / 2014 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Impaired Object Handling during Bimanual Task Performance in Multiple Sclerosis

Figure 1

Schematics of the bimanual tasks examined in this study. (a) The device with sensors embedded in aluminum housings. (b) An example of the task performed with the nonrotation method; static and dynamic transducers are indicated. (c) An example of the task performed with the rotation method. A quarter turn rotation in the counter-clockwise direction was required when performing tasks with the rotation method, as shown in the magnified view of the articulation.
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