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Published on 24.06.15 in Vol 2, No 1 (2015): Jan-Jun

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Works citing "Usability and Acceptability of ASSESS MS: Assessment of Motor Dysfunction in Multiple Sclerosis Using Depth-Sensing Computer Vision"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/humanfactors.4129):

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  1. Puh U, Hoehlein B, Deutsch JE. Validity and Reliability of the Kinect for Assessment of Standardized Transitional Movements and Balance. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America 2019;30(2):399
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  2. Parmar K, Stadelmann C, Rocca MA, Langdon D, D'Angelo E, D’Souza M, Burggraaff J, Wegner C, Sastre-Garriga J, Barrantes-Freer A, Dorn J, Uitdehaag BM, Montalban X, Wuerfel J, Enzinger C, Rovira A, Tintore M, Filippi M, Kappos L, Sprenger T. The role of the cerebellum in multiple sclerosis—150 years after Charcot. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 2018;89:85
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  3. Marziniak M, Brichetto G, Feys P, Meyding-Lamadé U, Vernon K, Meuth SG. The Use of Digital and Remote Communication Technologies as a Tool for Multiple Sclerosis Management: Narrative Review. JMIR Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies 2018;5(1):e5
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  4. Morrison C, Huckvale K, Corish B, Banks R, Grayson M, Dorn J, Sellen A, Lindley S. Visualizing Ubiquitously Sensed Measures of Motor Ability in Multiple Sclerosis. ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems 2018;8(2):1
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  5. D’Souza M, Steinheimer S, Dorn J, Morrison C, Boisvert J, Kravalis K, Burggraaff J, van Munster CE, Diederich M, Sellen A, Kamm CP, Dahlke F, Uitdehaag BM, Kappos L. Reference videos reduce variability of motor dysfunction assessments in multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis Journal - Experimental, Translational and Clinical 2018;4(3):205521731879239
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  6. Rasche L, Scheel M, Otte K, Althoff P, van Vuuren AB, Gieß RM, Kuchling J, Bellmann-Strobl J, Ruprecht K, Paul F, Brandt AU, Schmitz-Hübsch T. MRI Markers and Functional Performance in Patients With CIS and MS: A Cross-Sectional Study. Frontiers in Neurology 2018;9
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  7. Cohen M. Connected health and multiple sclerosis. Revue Neurologique 2018;174(6):480
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  8. van Munster CE, D’Souza M, Steinheimer S, Kamm CP, Burggraaff J, Diederich M, Kravalis K, Dorn J, Walsh L, Dahlke F, Kappos L, Uitdehaag BM. Tasks of activities of daily living (ADL) are more valuable than the classical neurological examination to assess upper extremity function and mobility in multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis Journal 2018;:135245851879669
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  9. Morrison C, Huckvale K, Corish B, Dorn J, Kontschieder P, O’Hara K, Team AM, Criminisi A, Sellen A. Assessing Multiple Sclerosis With Kinect: Designing Computer Vision Systems for Real-World Use. Human–Computer Interaction 2016;31(3-4):191
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  10. Ploderer B, Fong J, Klaic M, Nair S, Vetere F, Cofré Lizama LE, Galea MP. How Therapists Use Visualizations of Upper Limb Movement Information From Stroke Patients: A Qualitative Study With Simulated Information. JMIR Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies 2016;3(2):e9
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