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Describes what it’s like to have homonymous hemianopsia, and what issues a patient may have.
[VIDEO] Marom Bikson plenary talk on tDCS at Society of Biological Psychiatry 2018 meeting – YouTube
“The Potential and Limitations of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation” talk by Marom Bikson at SOBP 2018 conference
Download slides: https://www.neuralengr.org/wp-content…
All references at https://www.neuralengr.org/bikson/
Talk Abstract: Few emerging therapies for neuropsychiatric disorders has engaged as much excitement and also debate as transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS). To identify the potential of tDCS and move beyond the hype, this talk addresses the technology and cellular foundations of tDCS. For decades, it has been established that direct current stimulation can modulate plasticity; new research is unraveling the cellular mechanisms of how direct current stimulation can produce nuanced and targeted changes in brain function. Over the past decade, the technology of tDCS has advanced from basic clinical stimulator using two electrodes to High-Definition tDCS (HD-tDCS) using arrays of electrodes and to Remove-Supervised technology for home use. These new technologies have allowed categorical enhanced in the targeting (HD-tDCS) and deployment (Remote-Supervised) of tDCS. Finally, new approaches to optimize tDCS using imaging and biomarkers, including used EEG reciprocity, have provided new insight on therapeutic mechanisms as well as rational methods to select patients and individualize tDCS. The thesis of this talk is that tDCS is grounded in well-established biophysical principles but that emerging technologies will support robust and efficacious translation to patients.
The Sentis Brain Animation Series takes you on a tour of the brain through a series of short and sharp animations.
The fourth in the series explains how our most complex organ is capable of changing throughout our lives. This inspiring animation demonstrates how we all have the ability to learn and change by rewiring our brains.
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Basic defects of Visual field. Common Findings: Right Hemianopia, Left Hemianopia, Bitemporal Hemianopia , Tunnel vision.
Published on Oct 16, 2017
London-based product designer, Dani Clode designed a third thumb to change the way people think about prosthetics. Clode believes that prosthetics extent a wearer’s ability. They shouldn’t be regarded as a replacement to part of the human body. The third thumb is made from a series of interconnected parts: a hand piece, an attachment, cables, motors, and two Bluetooth controllers. See more from Dani Clode: http://daniclodedesign.com/
This video shows how the Step-Smart fits in most shoes and types of shoes. There is no need to up size or buy medical shoes with our drop foot orthosis. The Step-Smart drop foot brace is streamlined and low profile. It can even be worn with most dress shoes and sneakers and some sandals, hiking boots, and beach shoes. No need to worry about the brace getting wet either. It should work fine at the beach with the proper beach shoe! Dont be restricted to an ugly medical shoe, wear the shoe that you like. Check out the video and see for yourself how it truly does work with most shoes.