Stronger After Stroke Second Edition

Author: Peter G. Levine
Publisher: Demos Medical Publishing
ISBN: 1936303477
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Outlines accessible techniques for stroke rehabilitation and recovery, in a guide for patients and caregivers that covers such topics as the importance of scheduling task-specific movements, goal setting, and understanding the challenges of ...

Poems And Sketches Second Edition

Author: Eleanor DUCKWORTH (Editress of the Waverley Journal.)
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Sixteen—seventeen —eighteen, sounded out the enraptured visions of
maidenhood, and the dream of early love. Nineteen brought before us the happy
bride. Twenty spoke of the young mother whose heart was full to bursting with the
new strong love which God had awakened in her bosom. And then stroke after
stroke told of her early womanhood—of the love, and cares, and hopes, and fears
, and toils, through which she passed during these long years—till fifty rang out
harsh and ...

Violin For Dummies 2nd Edition

Author: Katharine Rapoport
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118279603
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... for “hammered,” after all). The stroke is very purposeful, firm, or sometimes,
even angry sounding. Most martelé strokes occur during music that's military or
resolute in character. Figure 13-23 shows the four symbols that composers can
use to indicate martelé. The first is the most usual, but I show you the others so
that you have an idea of what bowing to try if you see them on a piece. Regular
Shorter n > '> Figure 13-23: 1) ' ' A - Martelé symbols. Very strong Longer, not _
very strong ...

Neuroradiology The Requisites

Author: Robert D. Zimmerman
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0323080383
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I have used his strong basis from the previous editions and have updated,
trimmed, and enhanced, and eliminated material from his original chapters.
Nonetheless, because the vast majority of the text is his ... Because I recognized
that this chapter would require the most work because so much of the evaluation
and treatment of stroke and aneurysm has changed since the second edition, I
opted to have a fresh face recreate that chapter. Bob Zimmerman came to the
rescue and has ...

Limited Edition The Casual Vacancy

Author: J.K. Rowling
Publisher: Nanmeebooks
ISBN: 616041139X
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เมื่อแบร์รี แฟร์บราเทอร์ ตายลงอย่างกะทันหันในวัยสี่สิบต้น ๆ เมืองเล็ก ๆ ...

Current Diagnosis Treatment Neurology Second Edition

Author: John Brust
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071701184
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Clinical trials are ongoing to determine whether aggressive glucose control after
stroke improves long-term outcome. Baird TA, et al. Persistent poststroke
hyperglycemia is independently associated with infarct expansion and worse
clinical outcome. Stroke 2003;34:2208–2214. [PMID: 12893952] Berger C, et al:
Hemorrhagic transformation of ischemic brain tissue: Asymptomatic or
symptomatic? Stroke 2001;32:1330–1335. [PMID: 11387495] (This study
concludes that the majority of ...


Author: J. P. Mohr
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 1437737803
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Dementia following Stroke The risk of new-onset dementia in patients who have
had stroke is approximately twice the risk in age- and sexmatched controls and
averages about 10% after the first stroke,18,19 depending on the location,
volume of ... identified older age, less education, prestroke cognitive impairment,
diabetes, and atrial fibrillation as factors that increased the risk, but the single
strongest predictor of cognitive decline after an initial stroke was the occurrence
of a second ...

Rehabilitation Of Visual Disorders After Brain Injury

Author: Josef Zihl
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 1136911537
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2nd Edition Josef Zihl. Aging gracefully: Compensation brain activity in high
performing older adults. NeuroImage, 17, 1394–1402. Caine, D. (2004). Posterior
cortical atrophy: A review of the literature. Neurocase, 10, 382–385. Caine, D., &
Watson, J. D. G. (2000) ... Functional neuroimaging in stroke recovery and
neurorehabilitation: Conceptual issues and perspectives. ... A case study of a
strong perceptual deficit without agnosia—Evidence against sequential
perception and memory ...

Issues In Neuroscience Research And Application 2011 Edition

Publisher: ScholarlyEditions
ISBN: 1464963606
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New research, 'The role of contralesional dorsal premotor cortex after stroke as
studied with concurrent TMS-fMRI,' is the subject of a report. “Contralesional
dorsal premotor cortex (cPMd) may support residual motor function following
stroke. ... Specifically, greater clinical and neurophysiological impairment was
associated with a stronger facilitatory influence of cPMd TMS on blood
oxygenation level-dependent signal in posterior parts of ipsilesional
sensorimotor cortex during hand ...

Neuropsychology For Health Care Professionals And Attorneys Second Edition

Author: Robert J. Sbordone
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781420025750
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evaluate disturbances in communication and language functioning following
strokes (cerebral vascular accidents) and extensive damage to the left frontal-
parietal, frontal-temporal, and temporal-parietal areas secondary to depressed
skull fractures. Neuropsychologists using this instrument should have a strong
background in aphasiology (the study of language disturbances caused by
neurological injury), because correct clinical interpretation depends heavily on
the examiner's ...