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Comparison Of Activity Limitation And Participation Restriction Status Of Individuals With Right And Left Cerebral Hemisphere Stroke

Volume 2 - Issue 12, December 2018 Edition
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Amandeep Singh, Rajneet Kaur Sahni, Harpreet Singh
Activity Limitation, Participation Restriction, Quality of Life; Stroke, Cerebral Hemisphere
Stroke has become one of the leading cause of mortality and long term disability in developing World. Many advances have been made in Stroke prevention and management; however, stroke continues to be a prevalent and burdensome condition affecting individual’s family and society at large. Large quantity of people are surviving and returning to community. In humans both cerebral hemispheres are important for purposeful movement, which are required in activities of daily living and participation in community. Keeping this in mind the purpose of the study is to find out whether hemispheric difference reflects measure of level of activity limitation and participation restriction as outcomes in stroke patients.
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