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A randomized controlled trial of cognitive behavior therapy, relaxation training, and routine clinical care for the irritable bowel syndrome
- P. Boyce, N. Talley, Belinda Balaam, N. Koloski, G. Truman
- American Journal of Gastroenterology
- 1 October 2003
OBJECTIVES:Psychological treatments are considered to be useful in the irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), although the evidence is based on small, often flawed trials. Although cognitive behavior… Expand
Factor analysis of the components of 12 standard test batteries, for unilateral spatial neglect, reveals that they contain a number of discrete and important clinical variables.
The aim of this study was to investigate a conventional battery of tests capable of assessing the presence of the component and extent of the lesions in patients with unilateral spatial neglect.… Expand
The influence of bladder management on fertility in spinal cord injured males
Male infertility is a well recognised problem following spinal cord injury. The techniques of vibration induced ejaculation and transrectal electroejaculation have significantly increased the… Expand
Using Functional Independence Measure profiles as an index of outcome in the rehabilitation of brain-injured patients.
Rehabilitation preserves and restores everyday functions in people who have disabilities. Functional change for patients undergoing a rehabilitation program is the best measure of the effectiveness… Expand
Temporal regularity of tapping by the left and right hands in timed and untimed finger tapping.
The temporal characteristics of repetitive finger tapping by the left and right hands were examined in two experiments. In the first experiment, interresponse intervals (IRIs) were recorded while… Expand
Lifestyle Factors Affecting Bone Ultrasonometry of the Calcaneus in Japanese Women
Abstract: Ultrasonometry is increasingly used to assess bone characteristics. A group of 1412 women with a mean age of 57 years attended a screening examination in a Japanese city. Seventy-four… Expand
Functional outcome following thalamic haemorrhage: relationship between motor and cognitive functions and ADL.
- S. Maeshima, G. Truman, D. Smith, N. Dohi, T. Itakura, N. Komai
- Disability and rehabilitation
Twenty-two patients with thalamic haemorrhage were examined to investigate the relationship between motor and cognitive function, and activities of daily living (ADL). Patients with unilateral… Expand
Neurological level effect on the discharge functional status of spinal cord injured persons after rehabilitation.
- J. Middleton, G. Truman, T. Geraghty
- Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
- 1 November 1998
OBJECTIVE To determine the relation between neurological level and functional status, measured by individual Functional Independence Measure (FIM) item scores, at discharge after rehabilitation in… Expand
Is unilateral spatial neglect a single phenomenon?
Abstract The aim of this study is to report the preliminary findings of a traditional battery of tests and our original battery capable of assessing the presence of components and extent of lesions… Expand
Apraxia and cerebral haemorrhage: the relationship between haematoma volume and prognosis
- S. Maeshima, G. Truman, D. Smith, N. Dohi, N. Komai
- Journal of Clinical Neuroscience
- 1 July 2000
In this study, we examined twenty-five patients with left putaminal haemorrhage to investigate the relations between ideational apraxia (IA) and intracerebral haemorrhage. Apraxias were determined at… Expand