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  1. What is rehabilitation? An empirical investigation leading to an evidence-based description
  2. Making healthcare decisions in a person’s best interests when they lack capacity: clinical guidance based on a review of evidence
  3. Determining whether someone has mental capacity to make a decision: clinical guidance based on a review of the evidence
  4. Uro-Vaxom® versus placebo for the prevention of recurrent symptomatic urinary tract infections in participants with chronic neurogenic bladder dysfunction: a randomised controlled feasibility study
  5. A randomised double-blind placebo-controlled feasibility trial of flavonoid-rich cocoa for fatigue in people with relapsing and remitting multiple sclerosis
  6. Correction to: Variation in neurosurgical management of traumatic brain injury: a survey in 68 centers participating in the CENTER-TBI study
  7. A randomized controlled trial of a walking training with simultaneous cognitive demand (dual-task) in chronic stroke
  8. Malingering and factitious disorder
  9. Commentary on Charles Foster’s ‘The rebirth of medical paternalism: an NHS Trust v Y’
  10. Using eye masks and earplugs to improve inpatients' sleep
  11. Clinically assisted nutrition and hydration
  12. What I learned from my illness. Listen to what a patient tells you about changes in their experience and function, not about their current state
  13. How many patients in a prolonged disorder of consciousness might need a best interests meeting about starting or continuing gastrostomy feeding?
  14. Does feedback on daily activity level from a Smart watch during inpatient stroke rehabilitation increase physical activity levels? Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial
  15. How often is the diagnosis of the permanent vegetative state incorrect? A review of the evidence
  16. A protocol for a randomised double-blind placebo-controlled feasibility study to determine whether the daily consumption of flavonoid-rich pure cocoa has the potential to reduce fatigue in people with relapsing and remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS)
  17. Using best interests meetings for people in a prolonged disorder of consciousness to improve clinical and ethical management
  18. Variation in monitoring and treatment policies for intracranial hypertension in traumatic brain injury: a survey in 66 neurotrauma centers participating in the CENTER-TBI study
  19. The biopsychosocial model of illness: a model whose time has come
  20. One-year functional outcomes following major trauma: experience of a UK level 1 major trauma centre
  21. A long-term self-managed handwriting intervention for people with Parkinson’s disease: results from the control group of a phase II randomized controlled trial
  22. Long-term Outcome After Survival of a Cardiac Arrest
  23. Dealing with a life changing event: The influence of spirituality and coping style on quality of life after survival of a cardiac arrest or myocardial infarction
  24. Phase II randomised controlled trial of a 6-month self-managed community exercise programme for people with Parkinson's disease
  25. Variation in Structure and Process of Care in Traumatic Brain Injury: Provider Profiles of European Neurotrauma Centers Participating in the CENTER-TBI Study
  26. Back to the bedside? Making clinical decisions in patients with prolonged unconsciousness
  27. Having an impact, making a difference: the Editor’s review of the first 30 years
  28. Thirtieth Anniversary Issue of Clinical Rehabilitation: an introductory editorial
  29. Rehabilitation – a new approach. Part four: a new paradigm, and its implications
  30. Multi-disciplinary rehabilitation for acquired brain injury in adults of working age
  31. Rehabilitation – a new approach. Part three: the implications of the theories
  32. Rehabilitation – a new approach. Part two: the underlying theories
  33. Registration of all rehabilitation clinical trials: an ethical and editorial imperative
  34. Rehabilitation – a new approach. Overview and Part One: the problems
  35. Restricting freedom of people with limited awareness of maintaining their well-being: a legal quagmire
  36. Early neurologically-focused follow-up after cardiac arrest improves quality of life at one year: A randomised controlled trial
  37. Utility of the MOCA as a cognitive predictor for fitness to drive
  38. Rehabilitation interventions for foot drop in neuromuscular disease
  39. Influence of Self-Efficacy and Coping on Quality of Life and Social Participation After Acquired Brain Injury: A 1-Year Follow-Up Study
  40. Interventions for fatigue in Parkinson's disease: A systematic review and meta-analysis
  41. Life goal attainment in the adaptation process after acquired brain injury: the influence of self-efficacy and of flexibility and tenacity in goal pursuit
  42. Psychometric properties of the Coping Inventory for Stressful Situations (CISS) in patients with acquired brain injury.
  43. Conscientious care for the unconscious patient: new guidance from the Royal College of Physicians
  44. National Institute for Health and Care Excellence stroke rehabilitation guidance – is it useful, usable, and based on best evidence?
  45. ‘Stand still …, and move on’ , an early neurologically-focused follow-up for cardiac arrest survivors and their caregivers: a process evaluation
  46. Patients with prolonged disorders of consciousness: more than a clinical challenge
  47. How flexible is coping after acquired brain injury? A 1-year prospective study investigating coping patterns and influence of self-efficacy, executive functioning and self-awareness
  48. Measuring complexity in neurological rehabilitation: the Oxford Case Complexity Assessment Measure (OCCAM)
  49. Study Protocol of the Restore4Stroke Self-Management Study: A Multicenter Randomized Controlled Trial in Stroke Patients and Their Partners
  50. Delayed Recovery of Leg Fatigue Symptoms Following a Maximal Exercise Session in People With Multiple Sclerosis
  51. Non pharmacological interventions for spasticity in multiple sclerosis
  52. The effects of mental practice in neurological rehabilitation; a systematic review and meta-analysis
  53. fMRI for vegetative and minimally conscious states
  54. Evidence-based cognitive rehabilitation after acquired brain injury: A systematic review of content of treatment
  55. Practical research-based guidance for motor imagery practice in neurorehabilitation
  56. Evaluation of the safety and tolerability profile of Sativex®: is it reassuring enough?
  57. The adaptation process following acute onset disability: an interactive two-dimensional approach applied to acquired brain injury
  58. Functional abilities after stroke: measurement, natural history and prognosis
  59. A Multicenter Randomized Controlled Trial to Compare Subacute ‘Treatment as Usual’ With and Without Mental Practice Among Persons With Stroke in Dutch Nursing Homes
  60. Disease-specific training in Parkinson’s disease for care assistants: a comparison of interactive and self-study methods
  61. Treatment of mental slowness: How to evaluate treatment effects. A systematic review of outcome measures
  62. A comparison of specialist rehabilitation and care assistant support with specialist rehabilitation alone and usual care for people with Parkinson's living in the community: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial
  63. Weekly exercise does not improve fatigue levels in Parkinson's disease
  64. Use of movement imagery in neurorehabilitation
  65. Introductory paragraph
  66. ‘Stand still … , and move on’, a new early intervention service for cardiac arrest survivors and their caregivers: rationale and description of the intervention
  67. Complexity, case-mix and rehabilitation: the importance of a holistic model of illness
  68. Supporting community-based exercise in long-term neurological conditions: experience from the Long-term Individual Fitness Enablement (LIFE) project
  69. Supported community exercise in people with long-term neurological conditions: a phase II randomized controlled trial
  70. The clinical aspects of mirror therapy in rehabilitation
  71. Motor imagery in patients with a right hemisphere stroke and unilateral neglect
  72. The Mississippi categorisation of post-traumatic amnesia is better than the Russell classification
  73. Exercise for multiple sclerosis: a single-blind randomized trial comparing three exercise intensities
  74. Agreement between Two Different Scoring Procedures for Goal Attainment Scaling is Low
  75. Hydration and independence in activities of daily living in people with multiple sclerosis: a pilot investigation
  76. Rehabilitation with mental practice has similar effects on mobility as rehabilitation with relaxation in people with Parkinson's disease: a multicentre randomised trial
  77. Workloads of Parkinson’s specialist nurses: implications for implementing national service guidelines in England
  78. Correction
  79. Social participation through the eyes of people with aphasia
  80. Feasibility of a mental practice intervention in stroke patients in nursing homes; a process evaluation
  81. Research in rehabilitation medicine: Methodological challenges
  82. Meta-analysis of the efficacy and safety of Sativex (nabiximols), on spasticity in people with multiple sclerosis
  83. An Integrated Motor Imagery Program to Improve Functional Task Performance in Neurorehabilitation: A Single-Blind Randomized Controlled Trial
  84. Erratum
  85. Psychometric Properties of the Community Integration Questionnaire Adjusted for People With Aphasia
  86. Measuring case complexity in neurological rehabilitation
  87. An investigation into the social participation of stroke survivors with aphasia
  88. Efficacy of Time Pressure Management in Stroke Patients With Slowed Information Processing: A Randomized Controlled Trial
  89. Editorial
  90. Fast walking under cognitive-motor interference conditions in chronic stroke
  91. Gait adaptations to simultaneous cognitive and mechanical constraints
  92. Control in rehabilitation research
  93. Rehabilitation interventions for foot drop in neuromuscular disease
  94. Facilitating the participation of people with aphasia in research: a description of strategies
  95. Brain Activity Changes Associated With Treadmill Training After Stroke
  96. Life after survival: Long-term daily functioning and quality of life after an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest
  97. Adverse effects of rehabilitation – an opportunity to increase quality and effectiveness of rehabilitation
  98. Goal setting in rehabilitation: an overview of what, why and how
  99. Cognitive impairments in survivors of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: A systematic review
  100. Writing SMART rehabilitation goals and achieving goal attainment scaling: a practical guide
  101. Pedometer step counts in individuals with neurological conditions
  102. Mental techniques during manual stretching in spasticity — a pilot randomized controlled trial
  103. A study of perceived facilitators to physical activity in neurological conditions
  104. Reliability and validity of two new instruments for measuring aspects of mental slowness in the daily lives of stroke patients
  105. Training patients in Time Pressure Management, a cognitive strategy for mental slowness
  106. A description of social participation in working‐age persons with aphasia: A review of the literature
  107. The Effects of Stretching in Spasticity: A Systematic Review
  108. Using mental practice in stroke rehabilitation: a framework
  109. Measures for rating social participation in people with aphasia: a systematic review
  110. Functional MRI Correlates of Lower Limb Function in Stroke Victims With Gait Impairment
  111. Walking performance and its recovery in chronic stroke in relation to extent of lesion overlap with the descending motor tract
  112. Editorial
  113. Effects of mental practice embedded in daily therapy compared to therapy as usual in adult stroke patients in Dutch nursing homes: design of a randomised controlled trial
  114. Is it possible to use the Structural Dimension Analysis of Motor Memory (SDA-M) to investigate representations of motor actions in stroke patients?
  115. Activity and Life After Survival of a Cardiac Arrest (ALASCA) and the effectiveness of an early intervention service: design of a randomised controlled trial
  116. Ethics of collecting and using healthcare data
  117. Life after survival: long-term daily life functioning and quality of life of patients with hypoxic brain injury as a result of a cardiac arrest
  118. Rehabilitation interventions for foot drop in neuromuscular disease
  119. Social roles and long-term illness: is it time to rehabilitate convalescence?
  120. Can aerobic treadmill training reduce the effort of walking and fatigue in people with multiple sclerosis: a pilot study
  121. Somatosensory recovery: A longitudinal study of the first 6 months after unilateral stroke
  122. Rehabilitation Omniana
  123. The Rivermead Post Concussion Symptoms Questionnaire
  124. Long-term use of a cannabis-based medicine in the treatment of spasticity and other symptoms in multiple sclerosis
  125. Cluster Randomized Pilot Controlled Trial of an Occupational Therapy Intervention for Residents With Stroke in UK Care Homes
  126. Manifestations of mental slowness in the daily life of patients with stroke: a qualitative study
  127. The Effects of Mental Practice in Stroke Rehabilitation: A Systematic Review
  128. A pilot randomised controlled trial of a home-based exercise programme aimed at improving endurance and function in adults with neuromuscular disorders
  129. Disruption of sitting balance after stroke: influence of spoken output
  130. Treadmill training for individuals with multiple sclerosis: a pilot randomised trial
  131. Evaluating rehabilitation using cost-consequences analysis: an example in Parkinson's disease
  132. Why physical medicine, physical disability and physical rehabilitation? We should abandon Cartesian dualism
  133. A case of post-traumatic isolated ACTH deficiency with spontaneous recovery 9 months after the event
  134. Psychiatric aspects of head injury management
  135. Editorial
  136. Exertional symptoms and exercise capacity in individuals with brain injury
  137. Editorial
  138. The association of physical deconditioning and chronic low back pain: A hypothesis-oriented systematic review
  139. The Effectiveness of Rehabilitation for Cognitive Deficits
  140. Family support for stroke: one year follow up of a randomised controlled trial
  141. ‘But is the difference clinically significant?’
  142. Borg’s Rating of Perceived Exertion Scales: Do the Verbal Anchors Mean the Same for Different Clinical Groups?
  143. Randomized clinical trials in Clinical Rehabilitation
  144. Investigating the effectiveness of rehabilitation professions - a misguided enterprise?
  145. Randomization in clinical research
  146. Does reducing spasticity translate into functional benefit? An exploratory meta-analysis
  147. Do cannabis-based medicinal extracts have general or specific effects on symptoms in multiple sclerosis? A double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study on 160 patients
  148. Combined analysis of two randomized trials of community physiotherapy for patients more than one year post stroke
  149. SaGA S, the Short and Graphic A bility Score: an alternative scoring method for the motor components of the Multiple Sclerosis Functional C omposite
  150. Evaluation of the Modifid Jebsen Test of Hand Function and the University of Maryland Arm Questionnaire for Stroke
  151. Rehabilitation following acquired brain injury: concise guidance
  152. Changes in life goals of people with neurological disabilities
  153. Erratum
  154. Satisfaction of members of interdisciplinary rehabilitation teams with goal planning meetings11No commercial party having a direct financial interest in the results of the research supporting this article has or will confer a benefit on the author(s) o...
  155. Verbal fluency assessment of patients with multiple sclerosis: test–retest and inter-observer reliability
  156. Heart Rate as a Measure of Exercise Testing Early after Acquired Brain Injury
  157. Postoperative hypoxia is a contributory factor to cognitive impairment after cardiac surgery
  158. Should All Stroke Rehabilitation Be Home Based?
  159. Life goals of people with disabilities due to neurological disorders
  160. Relative contribution of footwear to the efficacy of ankle-foot orthoses
  161. The effect of a perceptual cognitive task on exercise performance: the dual-task condition after brain injury
  162. The effect of increasing effort on movement economy during incremental cycling exercise in individuals early after acquired brain injury
  163. New wine in old bottles: the WHO ICF as an explanatory model of human behaviour
  164. The Adult Memory and Information Processing Battery (AMIPB) test of information-processing speed: a study of its reliability and feasibility in patients with multiple sclerosis
  165. Selection criteria for rehabilitation services
  166. A preliminary controlled study to determine whether whole-plant cannabis extracts can improve intractable neurogenic symptoms
  167. Barriers to rehabilitation research, and overcoming them
  168. Multidisciplinary rehabilitation for people with Parkinson's disease: a randomised controlled study
  169. Community rehabilitation, or rehabilitation in the community?
  171. Correlation between motor improvements and altered fMRI activity after rehabilitative therapy
  172. RIVCAM: a simple video-based kinematic analysis for clinical disorders of gait
  173. Short-term effectiveness of intensive multidisciplinary rehabilitation for people with Parkinson's disease and their carers
  174. A randomised placebo controlled exploratory study of vitamin B-12, lofepramine, and L-phenylalanine (the "Cari Loder regime") in the treatment of multiple sclerosis
  175. Characteristics of patients with persistent severe disability and medically unexplained neurological symptoms: a pilot study
  176. Rehabilitation is a way of thinking, not a way of doing
  177. The Rivermead Assessment of Somatosensory Performance (RASP): standardization and reliability data
  178. Editorial announcement
  179. Rehabilitation research–time for a change of focus
  180. The dis-integration of death
  181. Diagnosis in rehabilitation: woolly thinking and resource inequity
  182. Delayed discharges from Oxford city hospitals: who and why?
  183. Cognitive assessment and neurological rehabilitation
  184. The Guy's Neurological Disability Scale in patients with multiple sclerosis: a clinical evaluation of its reliability and validity
  185. Community rehabilitation
  186. Community rehabilitation in the United Kingdom
  187. Regional variations in stroke care in England, Wales and Northern Ireland: results from the National Sentinel Audit of Stroke
  188. Social context as a focus for rehabilitation
  189. Medically unexplained disability – a misnomer, and an opportunity for rehabilitation
  190. Prospective study of omental transposition in patients with chronic spinal injury
  191. Research into rehabilitation. What is the priority?
  193. Research into the black box of rehabilitation: the risks of a Type III error
  194. Validity and reliability comparison of 4 mobility measures in patients presenting with neurologic impairment
  195. High-intensity cycling exercise after a stroke: a single case study
  196. The effect of magnesium oral therapy on spasticity in a patient with multiple sclerosis
  197. Pitch and Timing Abilities in Adult Left-Hemisphere-Dysphasic and Right-Hemisphere-Damaged Subjects
  198. Interference between gait and cognitive tasks in a rehabilitating neurological population
  199. Family support for stroke: a randomised controlled trial
  200. The London handicap scale
  201. Inter-rater reliability of the Frenchay Activities Index in patients with stroke and their carers
  202. Outcome Measures in Acute Stroke Trials
  203. Personal context as a focus for rehabilitation
  204. The London handicap scale: a re-evaluation of its validity using standard scoring and simple summation
  205. Clinical governance and rehabilitation services
  206. Randomized controlled trials – a gold standard?
  207. Is cardiopulmonary bypass still the cause of cognitive dysfunction after cardiac operations?
  208. Does parietal cortex contribute to feature binding?
  209. “Wheelchair” patients with nonorganic disease
  210. An Audit of Goal Planning in Rehabilitation
  211. Goal Planning in Stroke Rehabilitation: Evidence
  212. Goal Planning in Stroke Rehabilitation: How?
  213. Goal Planning in Stroke Rehabilitation: What?
  214. Goal Planning in Stroke Rehabilitation: Why?
  215. Rehabilitation therapy after stroke
  216. Editorial
  217. Outcome measurement and rehabilitation
  218. The Short Orientation–Memory–Concentration Test: a study of its reliability and validity
  219. Somatosensory Assessment after Central Nerve Damage: the Need for Standardized Clinical Measures
  220. Cognitive performance after cardiac operation: Implications of regression toward the mean
  221. Early prediction of persisting post-concussion symptoms following mild and moderate head injuries
  222. Current practice and clinical relevance of somatosensory assessment after stroke
  223. What is special about a specialist in rehabilitation?
  224. A comparison of two physiotherapy treatment approaches to improve walking in multiple sclerosis: a pilot randomized controlled study
  225. The impact of an information pack on patients with stroke and their carers: a randomized controlled trial
  226. The review process
  227. Evidence relating to goal planning in rehabilitation
  228. Routine follow up after head injury: a second randomised controlled trial
  229. Evidence relating to assessment in rehabilitation
  230. Editorial
  231. Proceedings of SRR
  232. Visual gait analysis: the development of a clinical assessment and scale
  233. Assault, post-traumatic amnesia and other variables related to outcome following head injury
  234. Editorial
  235. The left hemisphere and the selection of learned actions
  236. The Barthel Index and its relationship to nursing dependency in rehabilitation
  237. Editorial
  238. Services for patients with multiple sclerosis
  239. The left parietal cortex and motor attention
  240. The functional anatomy of a hysterical paralysis
  241. Comparison of postal version of the Frenchay Activities Index with interviewer-administered version for use in people with stroke
  242. Does routine follow up after head injury help? A randomised controlled trial.
  243. Editorial
  244. Somatosensory assessment: can seeing produce feeling?
  245. Editorial
  246. Interventions and service need following mild and moderate head injury: the Oxford Head Injury Service
  247. Measurement of post-traumatic amnesia: how reliable is it?
  248. Editorial
  249. Epidemiology of disabling neurological disease: how and why does disability occur?
  250. Editorial
  251. Editorial
  252. The Rivermead head injury follow up questionnaire: a study of a new rating scale and other measures to evaluate outcome after head injury.
  253. Admission after head injury: how many occur and how many are recorded?
  254. Face and voice expression identification in patients with emotional and behavioural changes following ventral frontal lobe damage
  255. Bedside screening for aphasia: a comparison of two methods
  256. Editorial
  257. When Seeing is Feeling: Acquired Synaesthesia or Phantom Touch?
  258. The Oxfordshire Head Injury Register
  259. Editorial
  260. A subjective memory assessment questionnaire for use with elderly people after stroke
  261. Editorial
  262. Sensory detection without localization
  263. Damage to cerebellocortical pathways after closed head injury: a behavioural and magnetic resonance imaging study.
  264. Reduplication of an Event After Head Injury? A Cautionary Case Report
  265. Unilateral Somatoparaphrenia After Right Hemisphere Stroke: A Case Description
  266. The Rivermead Post Concussion Symptoms Questionnaire: a measure of symptoms commonly experienced after head injury and its reliability
  267. Emotion-related learning in patients with social and emotional changes associated with frontal lobe damage.
  268. Enhanced physical therapy for arm function after stroke: a one year follow up study.
  269. Post-concussion symptoms: is stress a mediating factor?
  270. Long-term risk of recurrent stroke after a first-ever stroke. The Oxfordshire Community Stroke Project.
  271. Measurement in neurologic rehabilitation
  272. Long-term survival after first-ever stroke: the Oxfordshire Community Stroke Project.
  273. Thumb in cheek? Sensory reorganization and perceptual plasticity after limb amputation
  274. Three arms: a case study of supernumerary phantom limb after right hemisphere stroke.
  275. Diminution and enhancement of visuo-spatial neglect with sequential trials
  276. Disability after Stroke and Its Impact on Secondary Prevention
  277. Visuo-spatial neglect: qualitative differences and laterality of cerebral lesion.
  278. First steps towards an interdisciplinary approach to rehabilitation
  279. Left on the right: allochiria in a case of left visuo-spatial neglect.
  280. Enhanced physical therapy improves recovery of arm function after stroke. A randomised controlled trial.
  281. Contrapositioning in a case of visual neglect
  282. Stroke: rehabilitation and long-term care
  283. Functional outcome of lower limb amputees with peripheral vascular disease
  284. Policies on the management of patients with head injury: the experience of Oxford Region
  285. Residual mobility problems after stroke
  286. The Rivermead Mobility Index: A further development of the Rivermead Motor Assessment
  287. Assessing motor impairment after stroke: a pilot reliability study.
  288. Do visual field deficits exacerbate visuo-spatial neglect?
  289. Designing district disability services -the Oxford experience
  290. Persistent metabolic sequelae of severe head injury in humansin vivo
  291. Influence of cognitive function on social, domestic, and leisure activities of community-dwelling older people
  292. Mobility after stroke: Reliability of measures of impairment and disability
  294. Organization of stroke care services
  295. The development of a disease classification system, based on the International Classification of Diseases, for use by neurologists.
  296. Measuring arm impairment and disability after stroke
  297. Selected cognitive losses after stroke: Frequency, recovery and prognostic importance
  298. A prospective study of acute cerebrovascular disease in the community: the Oxfordshire Community Stroke Project 1981-86. 1. Methodology, demography and incident cases of first-ever stroke.
  299. Priorities for Research in the Rehabilitation of Severe Head Injury in Children
  301. Recovery of cognitive function soon after stroke: a study of visual neglect, attention span and verbal recall.
  302. The Barthel ADL Index: A reliability study
  303. The Barthel ADL Index: A standard measure of physical disability?
  304. Selection of aphasic stroke patients for intensive speech therapy.
  305. Dysphagia in acute stroke.
  306. Motor loss and swallowing difficulty after stroke: frequency, recovery, and prognosis.
  307. Arm function after stroke: measurement and recovery over the first three months.
  308. Functional abilities after stroke: measurement, natural history and prognosis.
  309. Neurological rehabilitation
  310. The natural history of visual neglect after stroke Indications from two methods of assessment
  311. Effects of living with and looking after survivors of a stroke.
  312. Services for stroke patients one year after stroke.
  313. Driving after a Stroke
  314. Aphasia after stroke: a detailed study of recovery in the first 3 months
  315. Aphasia after stroke: natural history and associated deficits.
  316. Epidemiology of some neurological diseases with special reference to work load on the NHS
  317. Loss of arm function after stroke: measurement, frequency, and recovery
  318. Memory disturbance after stroke: frequency and associated losses
  319. The Frenchay Aphasia Screening Test: a short, simple test for aphasia appropriate for non-specialists
  320. Hospital admission for acute stroke: who, for how long, and to what effect?
  321. Outlook After an Acute Stroke: Urinary Incontinence and Loss of Consciousness Compared in 532 Patients
  323. Recovery after stroke--the first 3 months.
  324. Social activities after stroke: Measurement and natural history using the Frenchay Activities Index
  327. Therapy after stroke: Amounts, determinants and effects
  328. The hemiplegic arm after stroke: measurement and recovery.
  330. Recovery after stroke
  331. Augmented home nursing as an alternative to hospital care for chronic elderly invalids
  332. Neurological emergencies.