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9] However, there is little data available regarding the relationship between functional outcomes and the anatomical features of renal tumours treated by RAPN.
Patients were asked to complete the Disabilities of the Arm, Shoulder and Hand (DASH) functional outcome questionnaire.
A similar study was done in England (May, 2003) and found a 20 percentage point reduction in the functional outcome score over an average of 4 treatments.
PDT has already shown significant potential for improving cancer treatment because it offers strictly focused application, biocompatibility with other forms of treatment, the option for repeated use, excellent cosmetic or functional outcomes and fast recovery.
Uroflow data (flow curve shape, post-void residuals [PVR] and age-related flow rate nomograms) were used to evaluate the functional outcome.
These functional outcome differences are most likely due to many factors (including biologic/genetic) and highlight the need for further research related to the role of gender of both the patient and the surgeon in the decision making process of TKR, sex-based biological differences in functional recovery capacity, and whether sex/gender based pre- and postoperative rehabilitation protocols are warranted.
2] Because the nephrometry score had a factor of tumoural volume representing tumoural diameter, some reports in which higher nephrometry score was associated with poorer renal functional outcome following PN had adequate evidence.
SINGAPORE, July 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- NeuroAiD, a stroke treatment based on Traditional Medicine, increases the odds of achieving a better functional outcome, according to research published online in the journal Stroke.
A number of previous studies indicate that age, functional status and disease duration on admission, presence of co-morbidities, and cognitive functions are likely to affect functional outcome in stroke (6-12).
6) However, as recent studies emphasize outcomes using patient functional outcome measures, it has been shown that not all patients with distal radius fractures that have been treated nonoperatively have had the excellent outcomes first described by Colles.

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