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Aging with spinal cord injury.
The years after SCI may be associated with acceleration of the aging process because of diminished physiologic reserves and increased demands on functioning body systems. Clinicians with expertise inExpand
Fatigue in children with neurologic impairments.
Children with neuromuscular illness are at high risk for fatigue. This symptom, although difficult to decipher, can contribute significantly to the child's disability. It is, therefore, imperative toExpand
Left-Hemispheric Hydranencephaly With Less Favorable Findings
To the Editor.— We read with great interest the recent article by Ulmer et al1 regarding a child with left-hemispheric hydranencephaly (only the eighth reported case of hemihydranencephaly1–8) whoExpand
Poster 161: Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis in a Child with Developmental Coordination Delay: A Case Report
Disclosures: K. Sackheim, None. Patients or Programs: A 13-year-old boy with developmental coordination disorder (DCD). Program Description: A 13-year-old obese boy with history of DCD andExpand
Poster 333: The Role of the Pediatric Physiatrist in the Medical Home of Adolescents With Brain Injury: A Case Report
Results: By using this program, the patient progressed from tall kneeling to minimal assisted standing in 8 weeks. Vectorial analysis, amplitude and frequency analysis of the SEMG signal as the childExpand
Poster 287: An Atypical Presentation of Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis in a Child with Developmental Delay: A Case Report
Participants: 783 patients 40 years old with radiographically diagnosed hand OA, pain for 1 year and pain 40 mm on a 100-mm Visual Analog Scale in the dominant hand during 24 hours before baseline.Expand