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October-December 2019| Vol 2| Issue 4

Original Article

A Survey on normal-Pressure hydrocephalus in Shanghai community health-care Professionals in Yangpu Community Training Program for Rehabilitation Medicine

Objectives: Gait ataxia, incontinence, and cognitive impairment are three typical symptoms of normal pressure hydrocephalus (NPH), however, similarity to other diseases' presentation, the...


Original Article

Meaningful effectiveness of platelet-rich plasma in treating patients with osteoarthritis of the knee: Meta-analysis and review

Background: Osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee is a significant cause of disability. The current conservative treatment options include physiotherapy, analgesia, intra-articular injection of pla...


Review Article

Disability and rehabilitation medicine in Bangladesh: Current scenario and future perspectives

Physical medicine and rehabilitation (PMR) is evolving in low- to middle-income countries. Although established as a separate specialty in Bangladesh 40 years ago, there has been no formal documenta...


Letter to Editor

Platelet-rich plasma procedures and the responsible discontinuation of antithrombotic therapy

Sir, We have read with great interest and concern the case report by Jayaram et al. entitled, “Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) protocols can potentiate vascular emboli: Contraindications to PRP.&#...


Letter to Editor

Platelet-rich plasma protocols can potentiate vascular emboli: Establishing risks and benefits to the patient before performing the procedure

Sir, The case report in your esteemed journal by Jayaram et al. titled “Platelet-Rich Plasma Protocols Can Potentiate Vascular Emboli: Contraindications to Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)” h...


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