A pilot proof of concept study the contribution of eye-hand coordination impairment to functional deficits in stroke

Brief description of study

This study in stroke survivors with Eye-Hand Dyscoordination (EHdC) will examine the neuroanatomical foundations of eye-hand coordination and how these networks are affected by cerebral arteries (ACA /MCA/ PCA) stroke. This will also address the current gap between motor recovery and functional recovery in stroke survivors with EHdC. The purpose of this study is to characterize frontoparietal microstructure associated with EHdC and to identify how they relate to motor ability of the eye, the hand, and clinical measures of functional recovery in hemispheric stroke.


Clinical Study Identifier: s23-00014
Principal Investigator: John Ross Rizzo.


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