Continuing incapacity despite "medical recovery".

@article{Miller1961ContinuingID,
  title={Continuing incapacity despite "medical recovery".},
  author={M. Miller},
  journal={JAMA},
  year={1961},
  volume={176},
  pages={
          205-7
        }
}
The physician not infrequently encounters patients who have achieved good medical or surgical recovery but fail to return to a life of useful activity. Such patients show a continuing incapacity despite "medical recovery." This is especially likely to occur after illnesses that immobilize the patient and make him dependent upon others for his care. His relation to the physician and the physician's understanding and interest strongly influence the results. The histories of 2 male patients aged… Expand
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