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From: Remote vibrotactile noise improves light touch sensation in stroke survivors’ fingertips via stochastic resonance

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Vibrotactile noise locations. Sensation scores were recorded while remote vibrotactile noise was applied to one of four locations: 1) dorsal hand approximately 2 cm proximal to the index finger knuckle; 2) dorsal hand approximately 2 cm proximal to the thumb knuckle; 3) dorsal wrist, medial to the radial styloid process; and 4) volar wrist, medial to the radial styloid process. Noise intensity was set to 40%, 60%, or 80% of the sensory threshold for each location for each stroke survivor.

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