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A variation of the brachial plexus characterized by the absence of the musculocutaneous nerve a case report
A variation of the brachial plexus characterized by the absence of the musculocutaneous nerve on both sides was observed during the dissection of a 72 year-old female cadaver. The long thoracic nerve
Are rehabilitation outcomes after severe anoxic brain injury different from severe traumatic brain injury? A matched case–control study
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The multiple linear regression analysis showed that intensive care unit length of stay had an inverse relationship with the FAC change, and did not find significant differences in the rehabilitation outcomes of participants with ABI compared with participants with TBI.
A study of sutural bones in Anatolian-Ottoman skulls
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The incidence of sutural bones is well suited for comperative studies as an anthropological marker or an indicator of population distance.
Ultrasound-Guided Genicular Nerve Pulsed Radiofrequency Treatment For Painful Knee Osteoarthritis: A Preliminary Report.
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Genicular nerve pulsed RF treatment has been found to be safe and beneficial in osteoarthritis related knee pain and further studies with a larger population and randomized controlled study design are warranted to confirm the positive findings of this preliminary report.
The secondary nasal middle concha
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In all cases, the ethmoidal infundibulum was placed anteroinferior to the lateral origin of the secondary middle concha, and did not obstruct the osteo-meatal complex in any of the 12 cases.
Determinants of disease-specific health-related quality of life in Turkish stroke survivors
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The results indicated that functional independence, age, cognitive status, and receiving a rehabilitation program were the primary determinants of the SS-QoL.
Quadriceps Fat Pad Impingement and Synovial Hypertrophy with Mild to Moderate Lipoma Arborescens.
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A 40-yr-old male patient presenting with pain and swelling in the left knee was diagnosed as having lipoma arborescens and refused arthroscopic surgery and was managed conservatively with rest, cold packs, and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
Assessment of forearm muscle spasticity with sonoelastography in patients with stroke.
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The results of this study represent that sonoelastography is a promising evaluation method for forearm muscle spasticity and may provide objective assessment of spasticITY both in diagnosis and follow-up.
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