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In Other Journals These current awareness lists aim to help readers keep up to date with articles of interest in overseas physiotherapy publications and those for other professions in the UK. They are not comprehensive and the full texts are not available from the Chartered Society - they should be found in medical libraries. The figures at the end of each line refer to the page numbers.
Scandinavian Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine 7990, vol 22, no 3 Two-point discrimination test. E Moberg. Key words: Testing of
sensibility, surgical hand rehabilitation, tetraplegia, stroke.
Important predictors of the outcome of physical training in patients with intermittent claudication. S Rosfors, B B Arnetz, S Bygdeman et a/. Key words: Intermittent claudication, exercise therapy, ankle blood pressure, hormones, cognitive factors, prediction. 135-137.
The effect of steering on the physiological energy cost of wheelchair propulsion. M Reid, A T Lawrie, J Hunter, P M Warren. Key words: Energy metabolism, exertion, oxygen consumption, wheelchairs.
Detrusor pressure in cystometry compared to physiological filling in patients w i th a reflex urinary bladder after spinal cord injury. M Thyberg, A Spangberg, C Lassvik. Key words: Manometry, neurogenic bladder, pressure, spinal cord injuries - complications, urodynamics. 145-150.
Respiratory function in chronic primary fibromyalgia. M Laurie, K Caidahl, G Johansson, B Blake. Key words: Chronic primary fibromylagia, dyspnoea, respiration, respiratory pressures, spirometry. 151-155.
The hip joint: Forces needed for distraction and appearance of the vacuum phenomenon. I Arvidsson. Key words: Hip joint. separation, traction, vacuum phenomenon. 157-161.
Individualised adaptation of clothes for impaired persons. G Kratz, I Soderback. Key words: Rehabilitation, occupational therapy, design, adapted clothes, disability. I63 -170.
127 -1 34.
Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 1990, vol 32, no 9, September Light-gazing by visually impaired children. J E Jan, M Groenveld,
A M Sykanda. 755-759. Cervical ausculation of suckle feeding in newborn infants. F L Vice,
J M Heinz, G Guiriati et a/. 760-768. Multiple sclerosis in childhood: Contribution of serial MRI to earlier
diagnosis. M M Millner, F Ebner, E Justich, C Urban. 769-777. Control of isometric muscle activity in cerebral palsy. P D Neilson,
N J O'Dwyer, J Nash. 778-788. Post-operative electromyographic function of tendon transfers in
patients w i th cerebral palsy. M M Hoffer, J Perry, G Melkonian.
Hemiparetic forms of cerebral palsy in relation to epilepsy and mental retardation. J Sussova, 2 Seidl, J Faber. 792-795.
Progressive peripheral neuron degeneration in ataxia-telangiectasia: An electrophysiological study in children. 0 Kwast, R Ignatowicz.
Fukuyama congenital muscular dystrophy in two Australian female
siblings. L M Stern, L Albertyn, J I Manson. 808-813.
No 11, November The incidence and natural history of scoliosis in Rett syndrome.
G S Bassett, V T Tolo. 963-966. Cultural differences in family communication about Duchenne
muscular dystrophy. C Fitzpatrick, C Berry. 967- 973. Deficits in reciprocal inhibition of children w i th cerebral palsy as
revealed by H-reflex testing. C T Leonard, T Moritani, H Hirschfeld, H Forssberg. 974-984.
No 12, December Instrumental gait analysis after selective dorsal rhizotomy.
L D Cahan, J M Adams, J Perry, L M Beeler. 1037-43. Anterior versus posterior walkers: A gait analysis study. L Logan,
K Byers-Hinckley, C C Ciccone. 1044-48. Siblings as change agents for promoting the functional status of
children w i th cerebral palsy. M J Craft, J A Lakin, R A Oppliger e t a / . 1049-57.
Head shaking by visually impaired children: A voluntary neurovisual adaptation which can be confused with spasrnus nutans. J E Jan, M Groenveld, M B Connolly. 1061-66.
Case report: Phobic anxiety and clumsiness in a ten-year-old girl. S Mukhopadhyay, P W Wilkinson. 1089-93.
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