DOI: 10.24075/vrgmu.2019.056


Динамика кинематического портрета постинсультного пареза руки на фоне реабилитации

А. Е. Хижникова, А. С. Клочков, А. М. Котов–Смоленский, Н. А. Супонева, М. А. Пирадов
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Научный центр неврологии, Москва, Россия

Для корреспонденции: Анастасия Евгеньевна Хижникова
Волоколамское шоссе, д. 80, г. Москва, 125367; moc.liamg@lapakhsutsan

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Финансирование: работа выполнена в рамках государственного заказа № 0512-2014-0036.

Вклад авторов в работу: А. Е. Хижникова — планирование исследования, анализ литературы, сбор, анализ и интерпретация данных, подготовка черновика рукописи; А. С. Клочков — планирование исследования, анализ литературы, интерпретация данных, подготовка рукописи; А. М. Котов–Смоленский — проведение тренировок с пациентами, включенными в исследование, осмотр пациентов по клиническим шкалам; Н. А. Супонева — планирование исследования, интерпретация данных, подготовка рукописи; М. А. Пирадов — подготовка рукописи.

Статья получена: 16.08.2019 Статья принята к печати: 30.08.2019 Опубликовано online: 31.08.2019
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