Principles of neurologic rehabilitation

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McGraw-Hill, Health Professions Division, 1998 - Medical - 709 pages
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Definitive text summarizes the latest scientific developments in the burgeoning field and correlates them with their clinical significance. Coverage reviews basic science of nerve damage and regeneration with outcome and efficacy studies and evaluation guidelines for all neurologic disorders. Next, therapeutic rationales and step-by-step detail of rehabilitative technique are presented. Includes gait analysis and locomotion, sexual dysfunction, degenerative disease, speech and hearing disorders, neuropharmacology, and much more.

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