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Three-year survival of ART and conventional restorations in patients with disability
Caries can be the cause of additional distress and suffering among people with disability. Latest reviews shown that caries prevalence among people with disability is equal to lower compared to people without disability. ...
The disabilities of the arm, shoulder, and hand scale in the evaluation of disability - A literature review
Background: Work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WRMDs) interfere with workers' productivity and quality of life. Thus, early detection of disabilities caused by WRMDs is vital for preventing the aggravation of symptoms. ...
Caracterización de factores relacionados con la reclamación y aprobación de pensiones de invalidez por enfermedad común en población trabajadora colombiana entre 2006-2011Characterization of factors related to the application for and approval of pensions due to common diseases among the Colombian working population, 2006-2011
(Universidad de Antioquia, Facultad de MedicinaGrupo ReproducciónMedellín, Colombia, 2019)
Commitment to reducing disability: the Brazilian experience
(British Leprosy Relief Association, 2020)
Auditory evoked potential: a proposal for further evaluation in children with learning disabilities
(Frontiers Research Foundation, 2015-06-10)
The information presented in this paper demonstrates the author's experience in previews cross-sectional studies conducted in Brazil, in comparison with the current literature. Over the last 10 years, auditory evoked ...
Transforming faculty conceptions of disability and inclusive education through a training programme
It is increasingly necessary to have a well-trained faculty to adequately respond to the needs of the diverse student body in the university classrooms. This study analyses the evolution of faculty conceptions of disability ...
Inclusive Education: Mobile Serious Games for People with Cognitive Disabilities
(Universidad UTE, 2018)
Can virtual reality methodologies improve the quality of life of people with disabilities?
Despite of the importance of assistive technology devices for the independence and quality of life of people with disabilities large part of the prescription is abandoned after some time. The abandonment of assistive ...
Perspectives of intellectual disability in Latin American countries: epidemiology, policy, and services for children and adults
(Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009-09-01)
Purpose of reviewThe prevalence of intellectual disability is an estimated 1-4% worldwide. Etiological factors such as malnutrition, lack of perinatal care, and exposure to toxic and infectious agents, which are more common ...