Correspondence Between Perceived Disability and Objective Physical Impairment After Elbow Trauma
- Muscle Stiffness in Down Syndrome and Other Mentally Handicapped Subjects. // Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly;Apr1988, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p166
The article discusses a paper entitled "Muscle stiffness in Down syndrome and other mentally handicapped subjects: A research note," by W. E. Davis and W. E. Sinning which was published in "Journal of Motor Behavior." The author describes the study which looked at the effects of strength...
- Quiz. // Kerala Journal of Orthopaedics;
A quiz is presented about a case report of a 63-year-old female with chief complaint of pain and swelling of right elbow since two months.
- Clinical pearls. Bader, Larry W. // Cortlandt Forum;3/25/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p59
The article presents solutions of health related problem. It reports that a 50:50 mixture of viscous lidocaine and Maalox (aluminum hydroxide, magnesium hydroxide) applied with a cotton swab provides symptomatic relief for cold sore pain. To ease the pain of tennis elbow, use a 3 OG, 1 -inch...
- Part 2 - tennis/golfer's elbow. Sodera, Vil // GP: General Practitioner;5/26/2003, p56
The treatment of tennis and golfer's elbow is made easier by the fact that they are steroid-responsive conditions where there is a distinct tender spot in the affected tissues. The best results are achieved by injection of the steroid into the main site of the problem. As a general point, when...
- A COMPARISON OF OPEN AND PERCUTANEOUS TECHNIQUES IN THE SURGICAL TREAMENT OF TENNIS ELBOW. // British Journal of Sports Medicine;Jan2005, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p51
The article presents a comparison of open and percutaneous techniques in the surgical treatment of tennis elbow. Surgical treatment of lateral epicondylopathy known as tennis elbow; includes an open technique or a percutaneous division of the common extensor origin. Patients with lateral...
- The Recurrent Unstable Elbow: Diagnosis and Treatment. Murthi, Anand M.; Keener, Jay D.; Armstrong, April D.; Getz, Charles L. // Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;Jul2010, Vol. 92-A Issue 8, p1794
The article offers information on elbow instability. It states that patients who experience the abnormalities of recurrent elbow instability can lose significant amount of function in the impacted upper extremity. It says that elbow instability compose a broad spectrum of disease that range from...
- An evaluative review of social validation research involving persons with handicaps. Storey, Keith; Horner, Robert H. // Journal of Special Education;Fall91, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p352
Presents a review of social validation research involving persons with handicaps. Function of social validation; Social importance of the effects and goals; Social appropriateness of procedures; Determining optimal levels of performance.
- New disability research center. // Presidents & Prime Ministers;May/Jun94, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p44
States Saudi Arabian Prince Sultan Bin Salman Bin Abdul Aziz, chairman of the board of trustees of the Saudi Benevolent Association for Handicapped Children, announced construction of a $10.66 million disability research center in Riyadh. The center will focus on applied research and will fund...
- Rehabilitation research on disability: NEW HORIZONS. Goldberg, Richard T. // Journal of Rehabilitation;Jul-Aug77, Vol. 43 Issue 3
Presents an overview of research on disability. Integration of rehabilitation research with the mainstream of scientific activity; Use of general tools of scientific method in solving specific problems; Concentration on the psychological aspects of physical disability.