Sensory Motor and Coordination
Assessment of sensorimotor function and coordination are important for the evaluation of the effects of drugs (neuropharmacology), brain damage (alcohol dependence, ischemia, brain injury), chronic pain (arthritis, neuropathies), spinal cord injuries, development/aging, or diseases affecting motor skills (Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, myopathies).
A wide variety of tests can be used to study the different aspects of the sensorimotor function (such as neurological reflexes, motor coordination and balance, muscle strength, gait control, capacities for exercise and fatigue resistance). The assessment of these abilities is also required for the interpretation of results of experiments designed to assess other neurobiological functions.
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