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Editorial: Fatigability and Motor Performance in Special and Clinical Populations

Fatigue following mild traumatic brain injury relates to visual processing and effort perception in the context of motor performance

Increased Ipsilateral M1 Activation after Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury Facilitates Motor Performance

Muscle Fatigability After Hex-Bar Deadlift Exercise Performed With Fast or Slow Tempo

Older Compared With Younger Adults Performed 467 Fewer Sit-to-Stand Trials, Accompanied by Small Changes in Muscle Activation and Voluntary Force

Voluntary suppression of associated activity decreases force steadiness in the active hand

A cross-sectional comparison of performance, neurophysiological and MRI outcomes of responders and non-responders to fampridine treatment in multiple sclerosis - An explorative study

Age-specific modulation of intermuscular beta coherence during gait before and after experimentally induced fatigue

Neurophysiological impairments in multiple sclerosis - central and peripheral motor pathways

Self-reported Fatigue in Patients with Primary Sjogren's Syndrome Is Associated with an Objective Decline in Physical Performance and Symptoms of Pain and Depression

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TENS in Persons With MS

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