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Human Brain Mapping
In the present work, we investigated the relationship of oscillatory sensorimotor brain activity to motor recovery. The neurophysiological data of 30 chronic stroke patients with severe upper-limb paralysis are the basis of the observational study presented here. These patients underwent an intervention including movement training based on combined brain-machine interfaces and physiotherapy of several weeks recorded in a double-blinded randomized clinical trial. We analyzed the alphadoi:10.1002/hbm.24876 pmid:31778265 fatcat:2332hpi2sjbvxo3vgwb6f2kcne