Craig Dean

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This article discusses the assessment and treatment of gait disorders after stroke. After consideration of the effects (of the disturbed motor control resulting from stroke) on the gait movements and the expected rate of recovery of walking capacity, different methods of assessment are considered. Emphasis is placed on selecting the appropriate measurement(More)
The purpose of this study was to investigate the outcome of rehabilitation following cerebrovascular accident (CVA) in one Sydney unit. This unit has implemented a philosophy of training based on a motor learning model for rehabilitation proposed by Carr and Shepherd (1987a and b). The proposed motor learning model stresses the need for task and context(More)
Three newborn calves were affected by caudal spinal dysgenesis or agenesis (coccygeal vertebra) and persistent cloaca. The cloacas were lined by a mixture of transitional and colonic epithelium. The vertebral column of one calf was internalized into the cloaca. The association of persistent cloaca and caudal spinal anomalies is thought to be related to cell(More)
INTRODUCTION Dermatologic pathology can be both challenging and frustrating in the Family Practice setting. CASE PRESENTATION We report the case of a 38-year-old female that presented initially with a few, small red nodules on both the upper and lower extremities, which were painful to touch. This patient had an extremely vague picture, which included(More)
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