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M Kafri, R Dickstein
The purpose of this work was to get insight into the role of frontal trunk and proximal extremity muscles in rolling from supine to side lying. Participants were seventeen hemiparetic patients and 14 healthy subjects. Electromyographic (EMG) activity of the Sternocleidomasoid (ScM), Pectoralis Major (PM), External Oblique (ExO) and Rectus Femoris (RF) muscle pairs was recorded during rolling performance. Analysis included the establishment of EMG response times and magnitudes. For all muscles, initiation of EMG activity was delayed in the patients as compared with the controls...
2005: NeuroRehabilitation
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