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Development of a hand neuroprosthesis for grasp rehabilitation after stroke: state of art and perspectives

Crema, Andrea; Furfaro, Ivan; Raschellà, Flavio; Micera, Silvestro

Stroke disrupts motor and sensory pathways, affects the ability to sense without distorsions body and peripersonal space, to decide to act, and to control efficiently the body. This paper describes the contextual requirements for the design of a grasp rehabilitation system for goal directed exercises. An implementation of a compatible system is shown.

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