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In the normal young adults were studied electrical characteristics of the skin in five different regions. The results obtained have demonstrated presence of the topographic differences of the external resistance as well as capacity. It does not seem like that these differences can be correlated with the thickness at the corneal layer, but rather with the(More)
BACKGROUND Self-efficacy is an important mediator of the adaptation process after stroke. However, few studies have attempted to measure self-efficacy in a stroke population. The most recently developed scale is the Stroke Self-Efficacy Questionnaire that measures self-efficacy ratings in specific domains of functioning relevant for a stroke survivor. AIM(More)
Surgical resection appears to be the most effective treatment for early-stage non-small cell lung cancer. Recent studies suggest that perioperative pulmonary rehabilitation improves functional capacity, reduces mortality and postoperative complications and enhances recovery and quality of life in operated patients. Our aim is to analyse and identify the(More)
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