3 articles published in JoVE
An Instrumented Pull Test to Characterize Postural Responses Joy Tan1,2,4, Wesley Thevathasan2,3,4,5, Jennifer McGinley6, Peter Brown7, Thushara Perera1,4 1Department of Medical Bionics, The University of Melbourne, 2Department of Neurology, The Royal Melbourne Hospital, 3Department of Neurology, Austin Hospital, 4The Bionics Institute, 5Department of Medicine, The University of Melbourne, 6Department of Physiotherapy, The University of Melbourne, 7Medical Research Council Brain Network Dynamics Unit, University of Oxford Impairment of postural reflexes, termed postural instability, is difficult to quantify. Clinical assessments such as the pull test suffer issues with reliability and scaling. Here, we present an instrumented version of the pull test to objectively characterize postural responses.
Techniques for Processing Eyes Implanted with a Retinal Prosthesis for Localized Histopathological Analysis: Part 2 Epiretinal Implants with Retinal Tacks David A.X. Nayagam1,2, Irfan Durmo3, Ceara McGowan1, Richard A. Williams2,4, Robert K. Shepherd1,5, Bionic Vision Australia Consortia, 1Bionics Institute, 2Department of Pathology, The University of Melbourne, 3Cochlear Limited, 4 Here we describe histological techniques for visualising ocular tissue directly adjacent to a metal epiretinal tack and retinal prosthesis.
Techniques for Processing Eyes Implanted With a Retinal Prosthesis for Localized Histopathological Analysis David A. X. Nayagam1,2,3, Ceara McGowan1, Joel Villalobos1, Richard A. Williams2,3, Cesar Salinas-LaRosa2,3, Penny McKelvie2,3, Irene Lo2,3, Meri Basa2,3, Justin Tan1, Chris E. Williams1,3,4 1Bionics Institute, 2 Techniques for visualizing retinal cytoarchitecture directly adjacent to individual electrodes within a retinal stimulator.