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Functional outcome of closed head injury in children and young adults.
A comprehensive questionnaire which measured gross and fine motor function in the area of cognition, communication, and social development was completed by parents of children and young adults whoExpand
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Thoracic-outlet syndrome: evaluation of a therapeutic exercise program.
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Trochanteric bursitis: diagnostic criteria and clinical significance.
  • T. P. Anderson
  • Medicine
  • Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
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Hematological changes and athletic performance in horses in response to high altitude (3,800 m).
This study had two goals: 1) measure hematologic changes with high-altitude acclimatization in horses; and 2) assess the effect of 9 days at high altitude on subsequent athletic performance at lowExpand
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Psychosocial factors associated with pressure sores.
To determine if psychosocial factors, not purely mechanical aspects, play an important part in the incidence of pressure sores, 141 subjects were tested on 3 psychosocial measures. Results indicateExpand
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Studies Up to 1980 on Stroke Rehabilitation Outcomes
Although rehabilitation potentials are meant to be used in prognosis, they differ from the usual prognostic signs in the morbidity sense because they relate to behavioral outcomes rather than cure ofExpand
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Urinary tract care: improvement through patient education.
The purpose of this study was to determine if a special program of patient and family education in urinary tract care would result in improved control of urinary tract infection (UTI) by spinal cordExpand
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Stroke rehabilitation: a reconsideration of some common attitudes.
Some common, yet erroneous, attitudes and perceptions about stroke still persist. These warrant reconsideration: (1) benefits of stroke rehabilitation (including validity of its basis, lifeExpand
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Sexual conseling of the physically disabled.
Sexual satisfaction and feelings of self-esteem play an important role in the ability to adapt to an acquired physical disability. A framework has been presented to show how sexual function isExpand
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