Anna Hafstrom
Anna Hafstrom
MD, PhD, Lund University, Sweden
Verified email at med.lu.se
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Adaptation of postural control to perturbations—a process that initiates long-term motor memory
F Tjernström, PA Fransson, A Hafström, M Magnusson
Gait & posture 15 (1), 75-82, 2002
1122002
Methods for evaluation of postural control adaptation
PA Fransson, R Johansson, A Hafström, M Magnusson
Gait & posture 12 (1), 14-24, 2000
882000
Balance control and adaptation during vibratory perturbations in middle-aged and elderly humans
PA Fransson, EK Kristinsdottir, A Hafström, M Magnusson, R Johansson
European journal of applied physiology 91 (5-6), 595-603, 2004
842004
Visual influence on postural control, with and without visual motion feedback
A Hafström, PA Fransson, M Karlberg, T Ledin, M Magnusson
Acta oto-laryngologica 122 (4), 392-397, 2002
602002
Postural control adaptation during galvanic vestibular and vibratory proprioceptive stimulation
PA Fransson, A Hafstrom, M Karlberg, M Magnusson, A Tjader, ...
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 50 (12), 1310-1319, 2003
492003
Idiosyncratic compensation of the subjective visual horizontal and vertical in 60 patients after unilateral vestibular deafferentation
A Hafström, PA Fransson, M Karlberg, M Magnusson
Acta oto-laryngologica 124 (2), 165-171, 2004
402004
Analysis of short-and long-term effects of adaptation in human postural control
PA Fransson, F Tjernström, A Hafström, M Magnusson, R Johansson
Biological cybernetics 86 (5), 355-365, 2002
362002
Improved balance confidence and stability for elderly after 6 weeks of a multimodal self-administered balance-enhancing exercise program: a randomized single arm crossover study
A Hafström, EM Malmström, J Terdèn, PA Fransson, M Magnusson
Gerontology and geriatric medicine 2, 2333721416644149, 2016
332016
Influence of neck proprioception on vibration-induced postural sway
T Ledin, A Hafström, PA Fransson, M Magnusson
Acta oto-laryngologica 123 (5), 594-599, 2003
292003
Ipsilesional visual field dependency for patients with vestibular schwannoma
A Hafstrom, PA Fransson, M Karlberg, M Magnusson
Neuroreport 15 (14), 2201-2204, 2004
272004
Increased visual dependence and otolith dysfunction with alcohol intoxication
A Hafstrom, F Modig, M Karlberg, PA Fransson
Neuroreport 18 (4), 391-394, 2007
222007
The video-impulse test enhances the possibility of detecting vestibular lesions
M Magnusson, K Karlberg, M Halmagyi, A Hafström
J Vestib Res 11, 231, 2002
222002
Subjective visual tilt and lateral instability after vestibular deafferentation
A Hafstrom, PA Fransson, M Karlberg, M Magnusson
Acta oto-laryngologica 126 (11), 1176-1181, 2006
102006
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MW Büchler, P Berberat, KG Beger, H Friess, HS Ho, CF Frey, MW Müller, ...
Digestive Surgery 13 (2), 63-64, 1996
10*1996
Partington-Rochelle: When to drain the pancreatic duct and why
Å Andrén-Sandberg, A Hafström
Digestive Surgery 13 (2), 109-112, 1996
101996
Sentinel lymph node biopsy staging for cutaneous malignant melanoma of the head and neck
A Hafström, A Romell, C Ingvar, P Wahlberg, L Greiff
Acta oto-laryngologica 136 (3), 312-318, 2016
72016
Perceived and Functional Balance Control Is Negatively Affected by Diminished Touch and Vibration Sensitivity in Relatively Healthy Older Adults and Elderly
A Hafström
Gerontology and geriatric medicine 4, 2333721418775551, 2018
62018
Benefits of initial CT staging before sentinel lymph node biopsy in patients with head and neck cutaneous melanoma
A Hafström, M Silfverschiöld, SS Persson, M Kanne, C Ingvar, P Wahlberg, ...
Head & neck 39 (11), 2301-2310, 2017
62017
Effectuation of adaptive stability and postural alignment strategies are decreased by alcohol intoxication
A Hafström, F Modig, M Magnusson, PA Fransson
Human movement science 35, 30-49, 2014
32014
Acute alcohol intoxication impairs segmental body alignment in upright standing
A Hafstrom, M Patel, F Modig, M Magnusson, PA Fransson
Journal of Vestibular Research 24 (4), 297-304, 2014
32014
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