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Effect of Weak Electromagnetic Fields on Body Image Perception in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis

This article reports on the cases of two multiple sclerosis patients suffering from chronic ataxia who performed poorly on human figure drawing tests administered to measure body image perception. Treatment with extracerebral applications of picotesla flux electromagnetic fields led to improvements in gait and balance as well as a normalization in body image perception as seen on a repeat of the same test each patient.

R. Sandyk, “Effect of Weak Electromagnetic Fields on Body Image Perception in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis, ” International Journal of Neurosci, 86(1-2), July 1996, p. 79-85.

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