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Fig. 1 | Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation

Fig. 1

From: Stretch reflex excitability in contralateral limbs of stroke survivors is higher than in matched controls

Fig. 1

Experimental Setup. The subject is seated with the arm flexed. The Linmot is positioned perpendicular to the distal biceps tendon with the tip in contact with the skin surface. The arm is casted and clamped at the wrist and resting on a flat surface at the elbow to maintain a steady position. EMG sensing electrodes are placed on the biceps muscle (Electrode on the lateral head is visible).

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