tDCS combined with optokinetic drift reduces egocentric neglect in severely impaired post-acute patients.

tDCS combined with optokinetic drift reduces egocentric neglect in severely impaired post-acute patients.
Related ArticlestDCS combined with optokinetic drift reduces egocentric neglect in severely impaired post-acute patients. Neuropsychol Rehabil. 2018 Jun;28(4):515-526 Authors: Turgut N, Miranda M, Kastrup A, Eling P, Hildebrandt H Abstract Visuospatial neglect is a disabling syndrome resulting in impaired activities of daily living and in longer durations of inpatient rehabilitation. Effective interventions to remediate neglect are still needed. The combination of tDCS and an optokinetic task might qualify as a treatment method. A total of 32 post-acute patients with left (n = 20) or right-sided neglect were allotted to an intervention or a control group (both groups n = 16). The intervention group received ... read more
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