Neuron, Volume 105, 19 February 2020,
The use of advanced technological solutions (“neurotechnologies”) can improve the clinical outcomes of neurorehabilitation after stroke. Here, Micera et al. propose a paradigm shift that is based on a deep understanding of the basic mechanisms of natural stroke recovery and technology-assisted neurorehabilitation to improve the clinical effectiveness of neurotechnology.
Behavior; Biotechnology; Brain Cortex; Brain Depth Stimulation; Brain Electrophysiology; Cerebrovascular Accident; Clinical Effectiveness; Convalescence; Cortical Modulation; Deep Brain Stimulation; Devices; Diagnostic Imaging; Electroencephalogram; Electromyogram; Experimental Animal; Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging; Human; Humans; Machine Learning; Magnetoencephalography; Motor Performance; Motor Skills; Nerve Cell Plasticity; Nerve Stimulation; Nervous System Diseases; Neuroanatomy; Neurologic Disease; Neurological Rehabilitation; Neuromodulation; Neuronal Plasticity; Neurorehabilitation; Neurotechnology; Nonhuman; Pathophysiology; Physiology; Positron Emission Tomography; Priority Journal; Procedures; Recovery Of Function; Review; Robotics; Rodent Model; Sensorimotor Cortex; Stroke; Stroke Rehabilitation; Survivor; Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation; Upper Limb; Global