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Background The rehabilitation of paretic stroke patients uses a wide range of intervention programs to improve the function of impaired upper limb. A new rehabilitative approach, called action observation therapy (AOT) is based on the discovery of mirror neurons and has been used to improve the motor functions of adult stroke patients and children with cerebral palsy. Recently, virtual reality (VR) has provided the potential to increase the frequency and effectiveness of rehabilitationdoi:10.1186/s12883-022-02640-2 pmid:35317736 pmcid:PMC8939064 fatcat:uxlmuizwp5gb7jpofnyeeogfru