Reiner W Dahlbender

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OBJECTIVES Although psychosomatic in-patient treatment is effective, 5-10% of the patients deteriorate. Providing patient progress feedback and clinical support tools to therapists improves the(More)
Objective. This study describes in detail the surgery-related symptoms following axillary lymph node dissection in breast cancer patients and considers both their significance for long term quality(More)
OBJECTIVES In previous studies of patients on-track to recovery (OT) involving therapists receiving only patient progress feedback without clinical support tools (CST) inconsistent results were(More)