Main Outcome Measures
List of abbreviations:BI (Barthel index), FM (Fugl-Meyer), HAMD-7 (Hamilton Depression Scale–7 items), PP (per protocol), pROM (passive range of motion), rpMS (repetitive peripheral magnetic stimulation)
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