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A case study of new assessment and training of unilateral spatial neglect in stroke patients: effect of visual image transformation and visual stimulation by using a head mounted display system (HMD)

By Toshiaki Tanaka, Tohru Ifukube, Shunichi Sugihara and Takashi Izumi
Topics: Research
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