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Plasticité cérébrale et corrélats neurofonctionnels de l'imagerie motrice après lésion médullaire : étude magnétoencéphalographique et applications en rééducation

Abstract : Neuroplasticity can promote motor recovery after neurologic injuries. Neuroplasticity after complete spinal cord injury triggers adaptive reorganization of cerebral regions recruited during motor imagery (i.e., the mental representation of a movement without actually executing it). The neural processes underlying motor command inhibition, required to prevent physical execution of the imagined action, would no longer be relevant and may be weakened. Motor imagery may thus be an efficient approach to brain motor networks stimulation. Prehension is severely disturbed after C6-C7 quadriplegia. Upper limb motor functions spared by the neurologic injury afford motor learning of a compensatory prehension during rehabilitation. Due to its effects on neuroplasticity, our data suggest that motor imagery training enabled motor learning of new prehensile motor programs
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Franck Di Rienzo. Plasticité cérébrale et corrélats neurofonctionnels de l'imagerie motrice après lésion médullaire : étude magnétoencéphalographique et applications en rééducation. Education. Université Claude Bernard - Lyon I, 2013. Français. ⟨NNT : 2013LYO10264⟩. ⟨tel-02640956⟩

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