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Musical hallucinations with a right frontotemporal stroke

Congratulations to Drs. Buchwald, Heilman and Simpkins on the publication of “Musical hallucinations with a right frontotemporal stroke,” in the September issue of Neurocase.   Abstract Musical hallucinations have been reported in association with psychiatric diseases, brain stem strokes, deafness, degenerative diseases, intoxications, pharmacologic agents, and epilepsy.

Greater Cortical Thickness Is Associated With Enhanced Sensory Function After Arm Rehabilitation in Chronic Stroke

Congratulations Dr.Janis Daly on the publication of “Greater Cortical Thickness Is Associated With Enhanced Sensory Function After Arm Rehabilitation in Chronic Stroke,” in the June issue of Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair.   Abstract Objective. Somatosensory function is critical to normal motor control. After stroke, dysfunction of the sensory systems prevents…

Locomotor Training and Strength and Balance Exercises for Walking Recovery Post Stroke: Response to Number of Training Sessions

Congratulations Dr. Stephen Nadeau on the publication of “Locomotor Training and Strength and Balance Exercises for Walking Recovery Post Stroke: Response to Number of Training Sessions,” which was published in the August edition of  Physical Therapy. Abstract Background: Evidence-based guidelines are needed to inform rehabilitation practice including the effect of…