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AI: recognizing pathological movement patterns
Reliably evaluating walking and gripping movements of patients is essential for the diagnosis and therapy of movement disorders, for example after a stroke or in Parkinson's syndromes. However, the success of this challenging diagnostic procedure depends to a large extent on the experience and skills of the attending physician.
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How to simulate the lower jaw
A simulator for the lower jaw has been developed at Samara Polytech. The device is intended for the prevention and treatment of diseases of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ).
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Orthopedics: Grant to treat shoulder injuries in wheelchair users
The New Jersey Commission on Spinal Cord Research awarded a $549,000 grant to Trevor Dyson-Hudson, MD, of Kessler Foundation; the grant is one of three awarded to Foundation scientists for spinal cord injury research, totaling $1.74 million.
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Physiotherapy: Quality post-stroke rehabilitation system
Researchers of Kaunas University of Technology (KTU), the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (LSMU) and Italian high-tech company Gruppo Fos Lithuania are developing a technology for the personalised care of the patients who have experienced a stroke. After collecting data of physiological parameters, the multimodal system will choose personalised rehabilitation solutions for each patient.
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