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Clinical Study

Exploiting Interlimb Arm and Leg Connections for Walking Rehabilitation: A Training Intervention in Stroke

Figure 7

Cutaneous reflexes during walking. Line graphs are averages across all participants for three baseline tests (light gray lines) and for the posttest (dark gray line). The stimulus artefact beginning at time 0 has been blanked out and replaced with a flat line. Stimulation was applied to the superficial radial nerve of the hand and the superficial peroneal nerve of the foot on the LA side. Bar graphs are means (±standard error) averaged across all participants for baseline and posttest values. significant differences between the pretest average and the posttest value and n.s. indicates a nonsignificant difference for the three baseline measures.
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