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Published on 12.11.14 in Vol 2, No 2 (2014): Jul-Dec

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Works citing "Virtual Rehabilitation for Multiple Sclerosis Using a Kinect-Based System: Randomized Controlled Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/games.2933):

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  1. Maggio MG, Russo M, Cuzzola MF, Destro M, La Rosa G, Molonia F, Bramanti P, Lombardo G, De Luca R, Calabrò RS. Virtual reality in multiple sclerosis rehabilitation: A review on cognitive and motor outcomes. Journal of Clinical Neuroscience 2019;65:106
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  4. Cano Porras D, Sharon H, Inzelberg R, Ziv-Ner Y, Zeilig G, Plotnik M. Advanced virtual reality-based rehabilitation of balance and gait in clinical practice. Therapeutic Advances in Chronic Disease 2019;10:204062231986837
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  5. Segura‐Ortí E, García‐Testal A. Intradialytic virtual reality exercise: Increasing physical activity through technology. Seminars in Dialysis 2019;32(4):331
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  9. Eckert M, Volmerg JS, Friedrich CM. Augmented Reality in Medicine: Systematic and Bibliographic Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(4):e10967
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  11. Dantas IV, Leal JC, Hilgert LS, Allegretti ALC, Dos Santos Mendes FA. Training healthy persons and individuals with Parkinson's disease to use Xbox Kinect games: a preliminary study. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 2018;25(6):280
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  14. Casuso-Holgado MJ, Martín-Valero R, Carazo AF, Medrano-Sánchez EM, Cortés-Vega MD, Montero-Bancalero FJ. Effectiveness of virtual reality training for balance and gait rehabilitation in people with multiple sclerosis: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Clinical Rehabilitation 2018;32(9):1220
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  20. Knippenberg E, Verbrugghe J, Lamers I, Palmaers S, Timmermans A, Spooren A. Markerless motion capture systems as training device in neurological rehabilitation: a systematic review of their use, application, target population and efficacy. Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2017;14(1)
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  23. Collado-Mateo D, Dominguez-Muñoz FJ, Adsuar JC, Garcia-Gordillo MA, Gusi N. Effects of Exergames on Quality of Life, Pain, and Disease Effect in Women With Fibromyalgia: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017;98(9):1725
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  24. Massetti T, Trevizan IL, Arab C, Favero FM, Ribeiro-Papa DC, de Mello Monteiro CB. Virtual reality in multiple sclerosis – A systematic review. Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders 2016;8:107
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  25. Tannous H, Istrate D, Ho Ba Tho M, Dao T. Feasibility study of a serious game based on Kinect system for functional rehabilitation of the lower limbs. European Research in Telemedicine / La Recherche Européenne en Télémédecine 2016;5(3):97
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  27. Tannous H, Istrate D, Benlarbi-Delai A, Sarrazin J, Gamet D, Ho Ba Tho M, Dao T. A New Multi-Sensor Fusion Scheme to Improve the Accuracy of Knee Flexion Kinematics for Functional Rehabilitation Movements. Sensors 2016;16(11):1914
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  28. Pham Q, Khatib Y, Stansfeld S, Fox S, Green T. Feasibility and Efficacy of an mHealth Game for Managing Anxiety: “Flowy” Randomized Controlled Pilot Trial and Design Evaluation. Games for Health Journal 2016;5(1):50
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  29. Morrison C, D'Souza M, Huckvale K, Dorn JF, Burggraaff J, Kamm CP, Steinheimer SM, Kontschieder P, Criminisi A, Uitdehaag B, Dahlke F, Kappos L, Sellen A. Usability and Acceptability of ASSESS MS: Assessment of Motor Dysfunction in Multiple Sclerosis Using Depth-Sensing Computer Vision. JMIR Human Factors 2015;2(1):e11
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  30. Feys P, Coninx K, Kerkhofs L, De Weyer T, Truyens V, Maris A, Lamers I. Robot-supported upper limb training in a virtual learning environment : a pilot randomized controlled trial in persons with MS. Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2015;12(1)
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  1. Casas S, Portalés C, Vera L, Riera JV. Virtual and Augmented Reality in Mental Health Treatment. 2019. chapter 7:95
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  2. Albiol-Pérez S, Pruna-Panchi E, Escobar-Anchaguano I, Bucheli-Andrade J, Pilatasig-Panchi M, Mena-Mena L, Segovia-Chávez J, Bernis A, Zumbana P. New Advances in Information Systems and Technologies. 2016. Chapter 101:1065
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