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O'Connor, Stephen - - 2012
Stuart, Kim - - 2012
Duncan, Edward - - 2012
Smyth, Genevieve - - 2012
Townsend, Elizabeth - - 2012
'Imagining occupational therapy' expresses the opinions of four occupational therapists from Canada, Europe, Australia and New Zealand whose combined experience spans 152 years, an average of 38 years. Meeting serendipitously in March 2011, they reflected on the question: Why do we continue to practise and call ourselves occupational therapists when ...
Martin, Marion - - 2012
Introduction: Very little research examines how older people respond to mindfulness-based therapy, nor has there been much literature on the subject published by occupational therapists.
Nicklasson, Marit - - 2012
Objective: Participation as a concept has come into focus as an important aspect of wellbeing and derives from the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health. This qualitative study aimed to increase understanding of how hand deformities caused by rheumatic disease influence the individual's potential to continue participating in society ...
Bowyer, Patricia - - 2012
Objective: The purpose of this study was to propose a process for the study of clinical utility and to illustrate its implementation in the development of an assessment.
Morgan, Ruth - - 2012
Introduction: This review investigates qualitative evidence regarding the effectiveness of motor interventions for children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD).
Fletcher-Smith, Joanna - - 2012
Introduction: The daily task of dressing oneself requires multiple complex skills, which are often taken for granted by those free from ill-health or disability. Independence in dressing allows an individual to maintain a sense of dignity and choice over his or her appearance. Occupational therapy aims to restore independent functional ...
Vandergriff, Clayton - - 2012
Presented is a patient with papillary tumor of the pineal region (PTPR), an uncommon and recently recognized neoplasm. As its name implies, PTPR does not arise from the pineal gland itself. The cell of origin is thought to be the specialized ependymocytes of the subcommissural organ. Primary tumors of the ...
Taylor, William B., - - 2012
Bowhunter's syndrome, also known as rotational occlusion of the vertebral artery, involves posterior circulation ischemia resulting from dynamic compromise of the dominant vertebral artery. This case highlights the importance of provocative digital subtraction angiography in making the diagnosis. A 41-year-old man presented for outpatient neurological evaluation for "lightheadedness" of several ...
Dewitt, John - - 2012
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a disease characterized by progressive degeneration of motor neurons in the motor cortex, brainstem, and spinal cord. The incidence of sporadic ALS is 1.5 to 2.7 in 100,000, and the prevalence is 5.2 to 6.0 in 100,000. Conjugal ALS is even rarer than sporadic ALS. ...
Morgan, Cory - - 2012
The radial scar (RS) or complex sclerosing lesion (CSL) of the breast represents a management dilemma on diagnosis at breast core needle biopsy because of the risk of associated malignancy identified only upon surgical excision. To determine our experience, we retrospectively reviewed core needle biopsies performed at the Darlene G. ...
Roberts, Charles - - 2012
Lathan, S. - - 2012
Ray, M. - - 2012
Rupture of an intracranial dermoid cyst is a rare event with considerable associated morbidity and potential mortality. We present a case of intracranial rupture of a dermoid cystic tumor with consequent dissemination of subarachnoid fat droplets resulting in acute aseptic chemical meningitis. Radiographic findings, operative treatment, and pathologic features are ...
Dhaliwal, Shagun - - 2012
Syphilis has been termed the "great mimic" due to its versatile and varied disease presentations. Dermatological findings are associated with the secondary phase of the disease and typically consist of a generalized papular eruption that can involve the palms and soles, genitals, and mucous membranes. Patients with syphilis and concomitant ...
Moran, Michael - - 2012
Troy, New York, is a city of 55,000 people in upstate New York located along the Hudson River. A city of surprisingly rich cultural heritage, it was the home of New York state's first hospital outside New York City. The 50th anniversary celebration of Troy's hospital brought William Osler to ...
Kuhn, Joseph - - 2012
Kennedy, Kathleen - - 2012
A 65-year-old male athlete with coronary artery disease enrolled in our cardiac rehabilitation (CR) program after successful coronary artery bypass graft surgery following an acute myocardial infarction. Unlike the typical sedentary cardiac patient in his age group, he loved to participate in hurdle events at masters division track meets (competitions ...
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