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A telephone survey of 231 occupational and physical therapists was conducted to determine goniometric instrumentation and placement preferences for measuring the proximal and distal interphalangeal joints of the upper extremity. The variables included were academic degree, hand therapy certification, years of therapy experience, years of specialty hand(More)
The purposes of this repeated-measures single-case-design study were to describe goniometric placement preferences and their effect on the measurement of the proximal and distal interphalangeal joints, to determine interrater reliability, and to determine concurrent validity. Thirty-nine therapists measured one patient dorsally and laterally with the DeVore(More)
Nerve graft procedures require the use of a donor nerve to supply the graft material. This results in an area of numbness in a less critical region. The purpose of this study was to assess donor site recovery using patient subjective evaluation. Thirty-one patients (mean age, 38 years) who were at least 2 years past a nerve graft procedure participated in(More)
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