Device holds promise for stroke caused by rare brain disorder

A 28-year-old female patient who suffered a hemorrhagic stroke as a result of a rare brain disorder called Moyamoya disease was able to use her right hand again after being treated with a hand-held device from Bioness. The device stimulates muscle movement in the hand or foot by delivering electrical signals to the brain using electrodes attached to a patient's arm or leg.

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