alexa Functional Recovery after Motor Cortical Stroke Related to Cerebellum Activity

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Functional Recovery after Motor Cortical Stroke Related to Cerebellum Activity

Although anatomical, experimental, functional and clinical studies suggest an important role of cerebellar pathways in motor cortical plasticity, little is known about the mechanisms through which the cerebellum exerts its influence on cerebral cortex. There are several reasons to investigate it [1]. Cerebellar circuitry is involved in the processing of sensory information by receiving ipsilaterally somatotopically organized somatosensory inputs [2]. Moreover, lesions of the cerebellum and its associated circuitry abolish or impair several types of motor learning [3].

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