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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 153 from Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine

The Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine through the 2010s: a generalist journal of rehabilitation with a French touch.

Rehabilitation of the upper arm early after stroke: video games versus conventional rehabilitation. A randomized controlled trial.

Few rehabilitation methods have proven their efficacy in increasing sensori-motor recovery and/or function of the upper limb (UL) after stroke. Video games (VGs) are promising tools in this indication.

Construct validity of the Trunk Aesthetic Clinical Evaluation (TRACE) in young people with idiopathic scoliosis.

Aesthetics is recognized as a main outcome in idiopathic scoliosis (IS) treatment, but to date, there is no criterion standard for physicians' evaluation. Trunk Aesthetic Clinical Evaluation (TRACE) is a simple 12-point ordinal scale to quantify symmetry as a proxy of aesthetics. TRACE is already diffused worldwide and has been used in clinical research.

Barthel Index and modified Rankin Scale: psychometric properties during medication phases in idiopathic Parkinson disease.

Independence in activities of daily living (ADL) is one of the most important aspects in planning treatment for people with Parkinson disease (PD). The Barthel Index (BI) and modified Rankin Scale (mRS) are commonly used in neurological diseases.

The importance of lower-extremity muscle strength for lower-limb functional capacity in multiple sclerosis: systematic review.

Lower-limb functional capacity is impaired in most people with multiple sclerosis (PwMS). Reductions in lower-extremity muscle mechanical function (e.g., muscle strength) appear to have critical implications for lower-limb functional capacity. However, no review has summarized the current knowledge about the importance of muscle strength for functional tasks in PwMS. Expanding the current knowledge would advance the design of both clinical and research interventions aiming to improve functional capacity in ...

Additional validation study and French cross-cultural adaptation of the Pediatric Stroke Outcome Measure-Summary of Impressions (PSOM-SOI).

The Pediatric Stroke Outcome Measure-Summary of Impressions (PSOM-SOI) measures neurological function across right and left sensorimotor domains (Item A), language production (Item B), language comprehension (Item C), and cognition/behavior (Item D).

Efficacy of injections of botulinum toxin-A for improving drooling and quality of life in disabled patients.

Limited effect of a self-management exercise program added to spa therapy for increasing physical activity in patients with knee osteoarthritis: a quasi-randomized controlled trial.

The efficacy of spa therapy in osteoarthritis (OA) has ever been demonstrated, with a good level of evidence for pain and disability. The effect of a self-management program with spa therapy on physical activity (PA) level has never been demonstrated.

Sleep disorders in aging polio survivors: a systematic review.

Sleep disturbances, especially sleep disordered breathing and sleep movement disorders, seem to be highly prevalent among aging polio survivors. They could contribute to late functional deterioration, fatigue, poor quality of life and negative health outcomes, thereby increasing cardiovascular risk.

Characteristics of newly acquired gait in toddlers with unilateral cerebral palsy: Implications for early rehabilitation.

Knowledge of the characteristics of newly acquired gait in toddlers with cerebral palsy (CP) is limited.

Which behaviours are first to emerge during recovery of consciousness after severe brain injury?

Early detection of consciousness after severe brain injury is critical for establishing an accurate prognosis and planning appropriate treatment.

Changes in care pathways and follow-up of individuals with severe traumatic brain injury between 1998 and 2015: Comparison of 2 cohorts.

Effect of multidisciplinary rehabilitation on sleep outcomes in individuals with preclinical Huntington disease: an exploratory study.

From cerebral palsy to developmental coordination disorder: development of preclinical rat models corresponding to recent epidemiological changes.

Cerebral palsy (CP) is a complex syndrome of various sensory, motor and cognitive deficits. Its prevalence has recently decreased in some developed countries and its symptoms have also shifted since the 1960s. From the 1990s, CP has been associated with prematurity, but recent epidemiologic studies show reduced or absent brain damage, which recapitulates developmental coordination disorder (DCD). In previous studies, we developed a rat model based on mild intrauterine hypoperfusion (MIUH) that recapitulated...

Pelvic floor muscle activity patterns in women with and without stress urinary incontinence while running.

High-impact activities are often related to urine leakage in women, so deeper insight into continence mechanisms of pelvic floor muscles (PFMs) while running is needed. Therefore, simultaneous information about the intensity of PFM muscle activity and fibre recruitment behavior at each time point of the gait cycle can help in understanding PFM activity patterns.

A century of research on spasticity: editors' opinion.

Venous thrombosis after botulinum therapy in lower limb: a case report and literature review.

Ethics of life-sustaining treatment in locked-in syndrome: a Chinese survey.

Locked-in syndrome (LIS) characterizes individuals who have experienced pontine lesions, who have limited motor output but with preserved cognitive abilities. Despite their severe physical impairment, individuals with LIS self-profess a higher quality of life than generally expected. Such third-person expectations about LIS are shaped by personal and cultural factors in western countries.

The Short and Fast Step Test: a functional tool to assess anaerobic metabolism in rehabilitated coronary patients.

Development and assessment of a home environment checklist to evaluate mismatch between patients' ability and home environment.

Modification of the home environment, together with rehabilitative interventions, is important for maximizing the level of functioning after an individual with disability undergoes rehabilitation in the hospital.

Arm elevation involves cervical spine 3-D rotations.

Executive functions and attention 7 years after severe childhood traumatic brain injury: results of the Traumatisme Grave de l'Enfant (TGE) cohort.

Severe childhood traumatic brain injury (TBI) leads to long-standing executive function and attention deficits, with negative consequences for participation, academic outcome and independence. This study aimed to assess executive function and attention 7 years after severe childhood TBI in comparison with a matched control group and to investigate associated factors.

Determinants of motor rehabilitation satisfaction in people with cerebral palsy: a national survey in France (ESPaCe).

User satisfaction is a key indicator of healthcare quality.

Assessment of implicit language and theory of mind in multiple sclerosis.

Increasing evidence suggests that social cognition, especially theory of mind (ToM), is impaired in individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS). ToM appears to be a determining factor for social functioning, but research has shown a connection between ToM and pragmatic language disorders among people with neurological or psychiatric disorders. Yet, pragmatic language remains a domain rarely referenced in MS.

Femoral angiography: a potential risk factor for heterotopic ossification of the hip in neurological patients.


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