A. Moroz

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Over the past several decades numerous researchers have revisited the model of the biomechanics of the hip first predicated by John Koch in 1917. The contributions of Blount (1956), Frankel (1960), Pauwels (1976), Toridis (1969), Rybicki (1972), Fetto (1994, 1995), Ling (1996), and Lu (1997, 1998) among others created a more complete picture. The present(More)
UNLABELLED This self-directed learning module highlights common rehabilitation issues in stroke survivors. Topics include spasticity, constraint-induced movement therapy, partial body weight-supported treadmill training, virtual reality training, vestibular retraining, aphasia treatment, and cognitive retraining. It is part of the study chapter on stroke(More)
The assessment of blinding in RCTs is rarely performed. Currently most studies that do report data on evaluation of blinding merely report percentages of correct guessing, not taking into account correct guessing by chance. Blinding assessment using the blinding index (BI) has never been performed in a systematic review on studies of major psychiatric(More)
Background. There is no agreement among researchers on viable controls for acupuncture treatment, and the assessment of the effectiveness of blinding and its interpretation is rare. Purpose. To systematically assess the effectiveness of blinding (EOB) in reported acupuncture trials; to explore results of RCTs using a quantitative measure of EOB. Data(More)
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