Posts Tagged ‘shoulder’

New device lets paralyzed man move his arm with just his thoughts

A paralyzed 56-year-old Cleveland man has purportedly become the first person ever to regain the use of his hand and arm with the assistance of a brain-computer interface, according to new led by doctors from Case Western Reserve University and two Ohio-based hospitals. The patient’s name is Bill Kochevar, and according to NPR, he was […]

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Return-to-play rates high for football players after shoulder instability surgery

Getting back into the game is important for any athlete after a significant injury but shoulder injuries can be tricky, especially for football players. Researchers presenting their work today at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine’s (…

Shoulder girdle rotation, forelimb movement, and the influence of carapace shape on locomotion in Testudo hermanni (Testudinidae) [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

Manuela Schmidt, Martin Mehlhorn, and Martin S. FischerStudies into the function of structures are crucial for making connections between morphology and behaviour of organisms, but are still rare for the terrestrial Testudinidae. We investigated the k…

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