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1-Jan-2014Ipsilateral corticomotor excitability is associated with increased gait variability in unilateral transtibial amputeesHordacre, B; Bradnam, LV; Barr, C; Patritti, BL; Crotty, M
14-Aug-2017Reorganization of the primary motor cortex following lower-limb amputation for vascular disease: a pre-post-amputation comparisonHordacre, B; Bradnam, LV; Crotty, M
25-Feb-2014Improving adherence and clinical outcomes in self-guided internet treatment for anxiety and depression: A 12-month follow-up of a randomised controlled trialTitov, N; Dear, BF; Johnston, L; McEvoy, PM; Wootton, B; Terides, MD; Gandy, M; Fogliati, V; Kayrouz, R; Rapee, RM
1-Nov-2011Minimising retinal vessel artefacts in optical coherence tomography imagesGolzan, SM; Avolio, A; Graham, SL
1-Nov-2012Spontaneous retinal venous pulsatility in patients with cyanotic congenital heart diseaseMojtaba Golzan, S; Leaney, J; Cordina, R; Avolio, A; Celermajer, DS; Graham, SL
4-Jun-2015Correlation of retinal nerve fibre layer thickness and spontaneous retinal venous pulsations in glaucoma and normal controlsGolzan, SM; Morgan, WH; Georgevsky, D; Graham, SL
1-Oct-2017Communication behaviors associated with successful conversation in semantic variant primary progressive aphasiaTaylor-Rubin, C; Croot, K; Power, E; Savage, SA; Hodges, JR; Togher, L
1-Dec-2011Changes in gait patterns with rhythmic auditory stimulation in adults with cerebral palsyKim, SJ; Kwak, EE; Park, ES; Lee, DS; Kim, KJ; Song, JE; Cho, SR
1-Jan-2015Preschoolers with Down syndrome do not yet show the learning and memory impairments seen in adults with Down syndromeRoberts, LV; Richmond, JL
28-Jan-2017Microstructural changes in the thalamus after mild traumatic brain injury: A longitudinal diffusion and mean kurtosis tensor MRI studyNæss-Schmidt, ET; Blicher, JU; Eskildsen, SF; Tietze, A; Hansen, B; Stubbs, PW; Jespersen, S; Østergaard, L; Nielsen, JF
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