Turkish Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Smilar Issues: 13 Record Found
A Study of the Validity and Reliability of Ross Information Processing Assessment Test Turkish Abstract Abstract Full Text:PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Traumatic Brain Injury Assesment Turkish Abstract Abstract Full Text:PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Urodynamic Findings in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury Turkish Abstract Abstract Full Text:PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Turkish Abstract Abstract Full Text:PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Pathophysiology and Etiology of Neurogenic Heterotopic Ossificatio Turkish Abstract Abstract Full Text:PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Current Rehabilitation in Traumatic Brain Injury Turkish Abstract Abstract Full Text:PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Travmatik Beyin Hasarlı Hastalarda Kognitif Rehabilitasyon Programı ile Alınan Sonuçların Değerlendirilmesi Turkish Abstract Abstract Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Kafa Travmalı Hastalarda Komplikasyonların Kognitif ve Fonksiyonel Gelişim Üzerine Etkisi Turkish Abstract Abstract Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Travmatik Beyin Hasarlı Bir Hastada Anterior Hipopituitarizm ve Diabetes İnsipidus - Olgu Sunumu Turkish Abstract Abstract Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Travmatik Beyin Yaralanmasında Rehabilitasyon Sonuçları: Kognitif Fonksiyonların Rehabilitasyon Sonuçlarına Etkisi Turkish Abstract Abstract Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Inter-rater agreement of the Turkish version of the Neurobehavioral Rating Scale-Revised form Turkish Abstract Abstract Full Text:PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Factors affecting functional outcome in patients with traumatic brain injury sequelae: Our single-center experiences on brain injury rehabilitation Turkish Abstract Abstract Full Text:PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor An unusual late complication in traumatic brain injury: Persistent dysphagia due to tracheoesophageal fistula Turkish Abstract Abstract Full Text:PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor