Free Papers K: Basic Science/Imaging

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* 2. Please rate the items listed below:

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* 3. K1: REORGANIZATION OF THE SOMATOSENSORY CORTEX IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY DUE TO IMPAIRED THALAMOCORTICAL SENSORY TRACTS
Christos Papadelis, PhD; Erin E. Butler, PhD; Madelyn Rubenstein, BSc; Brian Snyder, PhD, MD; P Ellen Grant, MD, PhD

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* 4. K2: NEURAL ACTIVATION WITHIN THE FRONTAL CORTICES DURING THE MOTOR ACTIONS OF CHILDREN WITH HEMIPLEGIC CEREBRAL PALSY
Swati M. Surkar, MS PT; Rashelle Hoffman, MS PT; Regina Harbourne, PhD, PT; Max Kurz, PhD

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* 5. K3: ALTERED WHITE MATTER CONNECTIVITY ASSOCIATED WITH INTERGYRAL BRAIN DISORGANIZATION IN CEREBRAL PALSY
Christos Papadelis, PhD; Banu Ahtam, PhD; Madelyn Rubenstein, BSc; Brian Snyder, PhD, MD; P Ellen Grant, MD, PhD; Kiho Im, PhD

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* 6. K4: UNDERPINNINGS OF INTRACORTICAL MOTOR CIRCUITS PHYSIOLOGY IN CHILDREN WITH UNILATERAL CEREBRAL PALSY
Véronique H. Flamand, PhD, OT; Ana Smorenburg, PhD; Hsing-Ching Kuo, PT, MS; Michelle Marneweck, PhD; Claudio L. Ferre, PhD; Yannick Bleyenheuft, PhD, PT; Daniela Ebner-Karestinos, PT; Karen Chin, MS; Andrew Gordon, PhD; Kathleen Friel, PhD

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* 7. K5: OPTIMIZATION OF MRI-BASED SCORING SCALES OF BRAIN INJURY SEVERITY IN CHILDREN WITH UNILATERAL CEREBRAL PALSY
Alex Pagnozzi, BS; Roslyn N. Boyd, PhD, MSc, PT; Simona Fiori, MD; Stephen Rose, PhD; Nicholas Dowson, PhD

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* 8. K6: IMPAIRED RIBOSOME BIOGENESIS IN SKELETAL MUSCLE OF CHILDREN WITH SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY
Ferdinand von Walden, MD, PhD; Eva Pontén, MD, PhD; Gustavo Nader, PhD

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* 9. K7: ULTRASTRUCTURAL ALTERATIONS IN THE CONNECTIVE TISSUE OF HAMSTRING MUSCLES IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
Rachel Meza, MS; Richard Lieber, PhD

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* 10. K8: THE ROLE OF LOWER EXTREMITIES’ SOMATOSENSORY ABILITY ON MOTOR FUNCTION IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY.
Anastasia Zarkou, PT, MS; Samuel C. K. Lee, BS, MPT, PhD; Laura A. Prosser, PT, PhD; Sungjae Hwang, Ph.D.; John Jeka, PhD

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* 11. K9: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MIRROR MOVEMENTS AND CORTICOSPINAL TRACT CONNECTIVITY IN CHILDREN WITH UNILATERAL SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY
Hsing-Ching Kuo, PT, MS; Claudio L. Ferre, PhD; Kathleen Friel, PhD; Andrew Gordon, PhD

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* 12. K10: EYE AND HAND ONSETS SHOW SIMILAR ADAPTIVE CHANGES IN TEMPORAL COORDINATION FOR PEOPLE WITH AND WITHOUT CEREBRAL PALSY
Alexander R. Payne, BA; B. Plimmer, PhD, MSc; Andrew McDaid, PhD; T. Claire Davies, PhD, MSc

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* 13. What are the three most important things you learned from these sessions?

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* 14. How will these sessions enhance your professional effectiveness?

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* 15. How could this CME activity be improved?

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* 16. What topics would you suggest be presented in future CME activities?

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* 17. Were the sessions presented objectively and fairly?

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* 18. Was disclosure of faculty and commercial support relationships made known to you?

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* 19. Was disclosure of unapproved/investigative use(s) of commercial product(s), device(s) made?

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