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New therapy helps improve audio, visual perception in stroke patients

Stroke is one of the most common neurological disorders worldwide. Many stroke survivors are left with serious health problems. Some patients, for example, find themselves unable to perceive one side of their body and can have problems seeing, hearing and feeling on that side. The situation is made more complicated by the fact that most of these patients are unable to assess their own state of health or even deny that there is a problem at all. A team of neuropsychologists has now developed a new technique that is helping to restore patients? perception of sounds and images.
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