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upper motor neurone syndrome and spasticity clinical - this is a practical reference and guide for physicians surgeons therapists orthotists engineers and other health professionals involved in the management of disabled individuals with upper motor neurone syndrome and spasticity, spasticity an overview sciencedirect topics - volker dietz thomas sinkjaer in handbook of clinical neurology 2012 introduction spasticity is a well known syndrome most commonly arising after stroke multiple sclerosis spinal cord injury sci some traumatic brain injuries and other cns lesions many patients with a spinal lesion have a spastic movement disorder with slowing of stepping and of voluntary limb movements, assessment of the upper motor neuron in amyotrophic - clinical signs of upper motor neuron umn involvement are an important component in supporting the diagnosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis als but are often not easily appreciated in a limb that is concurrently affected by muscle wasting and lower motor neuron degeneration particularly in the early symptomatic stages of als, january 2002 salisbury fes newsletter - fes newsletter editorial welcome to the 9 th edition of the salisbury fes functional electrical stimulation newsletter the newsletter is a biannual publication with the purpose of promoting the clinical use of fes it is distributed chiefly to clinicians who have attended the salisbury introductory fes course but also those who have an interest in the field or those we hope may be interested, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis practice essentials - amyotrophic lateral sclerosis als is the most common degenerative disease of the motor neuron system although als is incurable and fatal with median survival of 3 years treatment can extend the length and meaningful quality of life for patients