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Anodal tDCS over left parietal cortex expedites recovery from stroke-induced apraxic imitation deficits: a pilot study

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Title
Anodal tDCS over left parietal cortex expedites recovery from stroke-induced apraxic imitation deficits: a pilot study
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Neurological Research and Practice, November 2019
DOI 10.1186/s42466-019-0042-0
Authors

Jana M. Ant, Eva Niessen, Elisabeth I. S. Achilles, Jochen Saliger, Hans Karbe, Peter H. Weiss, Gereon R. Fink

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