Randal Weber

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BACKGROUND The purpose of this study was to describe body image concerns for surgically treated patients with head and neck cancer and evaluate the relationship between body image concerns and quality of life outcomes. METHODS Data were obtained from 280 patients undergoing surgical treatment for head and neck cancer. We used a cross-sectional design and(More)
The purpose of the study was to determine whether the technique of task variation (with maintenance tasks interspersed) (TV) is more effective in the acquisition of gross motor skills for students with autism than a constant task (CT) condition in a physical education setting. Subjects were 12 male students with autism, ages 11 to 15 years. The study(More)
Monitoring the vagus nerve and the recurrent laryngeal nerve during surgical procedures may reduce the probability of significant nerve injury. As such, a number of methods to monitor these nerves have been devised including placing electrodes directly into the vocal cords or recording from surface electrodes. In direct comparison, monitoring the identical(More)
A 10-year follow-up study of neuroelectric implant integrity has been completed for 27 subjects who were treated for movement disorders associated with cerebral palsy. Data used for analysis included X-ray material, clinical data, and results from electrophysiological testing. Of the 21 subjects with subcutaneous receivers placed in the thoracic region, 81%(More)
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