Principles of Neurologic Rehabilitation

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McGraw-Hill, Health Professions Division, 1998 - Medical - 709 pages
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Beginning with the basic science of nerve damage and regeneration, and offering outcome and efficacy studies, this text proceeds to offer rationale for rehabilitation regimens for all the major neurologic disorders. A step-by-step review of therapeutic procedures is also included, and the roles of the interdisciplinary management team are examined along with pertinent medical ethics issues. Specific topics include: gait analysis and locomotion; managing sexual dysfunction in neurologic disorders; neuropharmacology issues; disorders of articulation and aphasia; and degenerative diseases

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