Implementing the Prospective Surveillance Model (PSM) of Rehabilitation for Breast Cancer Patients with 1-Year Postoperative Follow-up, a Prospective, Observational Study

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The Prospective Surveillance Model (PSM) of rehabilitation for patients with breast cancer aims for early identification, treatment, and support of physical impairments postoperatively. The purpose of this study was to describe the incidence of impairments during the first postoperative year and the differences between the patients requiring rehabilitation… (More)
DOI: 10.1245/s10434-016-5315-z

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@article{Lai2016ImplementingTP, title={Implementing the Prospective Surveillance Model (PSM) of Rehabilitation for Breast Cancer Patients with 1-Year Postoperative Follow-up, a Prospective, Observational Study}, author={Lisa A. Lai and PT CLT Jill Binkley MSc and Veronica M. Jones and DPT CLT Stephanie Kirkpatrick PT and Cathy Furbish PT and MS Paul Stratford PT and MSW Winifred Thompson and MPH Amanjyot Sidhu MBBS and Clara R. Farley and MPH Joel Okoli and Derrick Beech and MBA Sheryl Gabram}, journal={Annals of Surgical Oncology}, year={2016}, volume={23}, pages={3379-3384} }