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  1. Cikajlo I, Matjačić Z, Bajd T, Futami R, Sensory supported FES control in gait training of incomplete spinal cord injury persons, Artif Organs, 2005; 29(6): 459-461, 
  2. Matjačić Z, Rusjan Š, Stanonik I, Goljar N, Olenšek A, Methods for dynamic balance training during standing and stepping, Artif Organs, 2005; 29(6): 462-466,
  3. Grabljevec K, Burger H, Kerševan K,Valenčič V,Marinček Č, Strength and endurance of knee extensors in subjects after paralytic poliomyelitis, Disabil Rehabil., 2005; 27(14): 791-799,
  4. Hafner B, Zupan A, Primerjava dveh metod za oceno zmogljivosti roke pri osebah z živčnomišičnimi boleznimi, Fizioterapija (Ljubl.), 2005;13(1): 16-20,
  5. Zupanc Z, Meh D, Vpliv fizioterapevtskih metod in tehnik na spastičnost in funkcijsko sposobnost preiskovanke z multiplo sklerozo, Fizioterapija (Ljubl.), 2005;13(1): 21-25,
  6. Kuželički J, Žefran M, Burger H, Bajd T, Synthesis of standing-up trajectories using dynamic optimization, Gait Posture, 2005; 21(1): 1-11,
  7. Olenšek A, Matjačić Z, Bajd T, Muscle contracture emulating system for studying artificially induced pathological gait in intact individuals, J Appl Biomech, 2005; 21(4): 348-358,
  8. Groleger K, Vidmar G, Zupan A, Applicability of the pediatric evaluation of disability inventory in Slovenia, J Child Neurol, 2005; 20(5): 411-416,
  9. Gider F, Matjačić Z,  Bajd T, A quantitative gait assessment method based on energy exchange analysis during walking : a normal gait study, J Med Eng Technol, 2005; 29(2): 90-94,
  10. Burger H, Kuželički J, Marinček Č, Transition from sitting to standing after trans-femoral amputation, Prosthet Orthot Int, 2005; 29(2): 139-151,
  11. Klopčič Spevak M, Spremljanje regeneracije perifernega živca z uporabo elektrofizioloških metod : predstavitev kliničnega primera, Rehabilitacija (Ljubl.), 2005; 4(1-2): 32-38,
  12. Marn-Vukadinović D, Izokinetična dinamometrija in ocenjevanje perifernih živčnih okvar, Rehabilitacija (Ljubl.), 2005; 4(1-2):  39-44,
  13. Kurillo G, Gregorič M, Goljar N, Bajd T, Grip force tracking system for assessment and rehabilitation of hand function, Technol Health Care, 2005;13(3): 137-149,
  14. Kurillo G, Gregorič M, Goljar N, Bajd T, Cognitive-feedback training of hand function in patients after stroke, Zdrav Vestn (Tisk. izd.), 2005; 74(9): 509-514,
  15. Pandyan AD, Gregorič M, Barnes MP, Wood DE, van Wijck F, Burridge JH, Hermens HJ, Johnson GR, Spasticity : clinical perceptions, neurological realities and meaningful measurement, Disabil Rehabil, 2005; 27(1-2): 2-6,
  16. Voerman GE, Gregorič M, Hermens HJ, Neurophysiological methods for the assessment of spasticity : the Hoffmann reflex, the tendon reflex, and the stretch reflex, Disabil Rehabil, 2005; 27(1-2): 33-68,
  17. Burridge JH, Wood DE, Hermens HJ, Voerman GE, Johnson GR, van Wijck F, Platz T, Gregorič M, Hitchcock R, Pandyan AD, Theoretical and methodological considerations in the measurement of spasticity, Disabil Rehabil, 2005; 27(1-2): 69-80,
  18. Freitag T, Meh D, Bolečinski sindromi pri multipli sklerozi, Fizioterapija (Ljubl.), 2005; 13(1): 26-30,
  19. Kozak M, Mulej M, Prešern-Štrukelj M, Smernice za odkrivanje in zdravljenje vazospastičnih motenj (Raynaudovega fenomena)Zdrav Vestn (Tisk. izd.), 2005; 74(2): 65-68.
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