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Rehabilitation of Stroke

The primary care physician will benefit from an increased understanding in how neurological findings lead to specific impairment.

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Published: November 2002

Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann

ISBN: 978-0-7506-7432-4

Contents

  • Clinical Presentation: The Parietal Lobe Hand; Frontal Lobe Foot; Thalamic Hyperreflexia; Decorticate Presentation; Deficits of the Posterior Circulation of the CNS. Treatment of Inpatients During Acute Rehabilitation: Influence of Premorbid Life Style; Deficits of Function; Complications--Rebleeding, Hydrocephalus, and Delayed Cerebral Ischemia. Treatment of Outpatients after Discharge: Musculoskeletal Manifestations of Hemorrhagic Stroke; Complex Regional Pain Syndrome; Flexor Synergy of the Upper Extremity Following Hemorrhagic Stroke; Lower Extremity in Stroke; Musculoskeletal Painful Conditions Resulting from Hemorrhagic Stroke; The Patient with a Hidden Disability; Neurorehabilitative Psychological Treatment; Rehabilitation Psychological Treatment.

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