Clinometric properties of a clinical spasticity measurement tool

  • Voerman G
  • Burridge J
  • Hitchcock R
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Abstract

To investigate clinometric properties of an Anglo-Dutch spasticity measurement tool (ADSMT), an objective tool providing information about both neurophysiological and biomechanical aspects of spasticity about the wrist joint in the clinical setting.

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  • Clinical
  • Measurement tool
  • Spasticity

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Authors

  • G. E. Voerman

  • J. H. Burridge

  • R. A. Hitchcock

  • H. J. Hermens

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