upper extremity


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This study provides preliminary evidence indicating that a piano training program combined to home practice is feasible and can lead to meaningful improvements in manual dexterity, finger movement coordination, and functional use of upper extremity in chronic stroke survivors.
* The Fugl Meyer Test for the upper extremity had a score of 88 points, which represented approximately 70% of the total one.
The prevalence of upper extremity DVT is not accurately known in comparison to lower extremity DVT.
Lastly, this study included only US service members treated at SAMMC after sustaining combat-related traumatic upper extremity amputations.
Itoyama et al., "Nationwide survey of juvenile muscular atrophy of distal upper extremity (Hirayama disease) in Japan," Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, vol.
The goal of upper extremity rehabilitation is to improve the capability of the paretic upper extremity for ADL.
Improvements in upper extremity motor function are being measured using the International Standards for Neurological Classification of Spinal Cord Injury (ISNCSCI) scale, widely used to quantify functional status of patients with spinal cord injuries.
In describing posterior arm delivery, it is important to clearly define the anatomy of the upper extremity. The arm is the portion of the upper extremity from the shoulder to the elbow joint.
Upper extremity musculoskeletal symptoms and functional impairment associated with computer use among college students.
Injuries sustained by dancers in the younger age category (< 12 years) were largely to the foot-ankle, lower leg, and knee (93.3%) versus thigh-hip, spine, and upper extremity (6.7%).
National trends in ambulatory surgery for upper extremity fractures: a 10-year analysis of the US National Survery of Ambulatory Surgery.
The upper extremity, is one of the most important part of the body that possess functional ability to perform daily activities, self care duties, hobbies and sports.