Motor and functional recovery in patients with post-stroke depression

@article{Nannetti2005MotorAF,
  title={Motor and functional recovery in patients with post-stroke depression},
  author={Luca Nannetti and Matteo Paci and Jacopo Pasquini and Bruna Lombardi and Piero G Taiti},
  journal={Disability and Rehabilitation},
  year={2005},
  volume={27},
  pages={170 - 175}
}
Purpose: Depression is very common following stroke. Correlation between post-stroke depression (PSD) and functional outcome has been shown, but differential impact both on functional and motor recovery has not been deeply investigated. This study evaluates the influence of PSD on motor and functional outcome. Method: One hundred and seventeen acute stroke patients were selected in an intensive rehabilitation department, and divided into two groups according to the presence of PSD (PSD + and… Expand
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