Research: CAKMAK and BOLUKBAS,

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CAKMAK and BOLUKBAS, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Istanbul Faculty of Medicine, Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey, have reviewed (26 references) the physical therapy and rehabilitation of rheumatoid arthritis in children. Abstract: Juvenile arthritis is one of the most prevalent chronic diseases children between 6 and 16 years of age. This disease was first defined in the first half of the 16th century. In the course of time, its differential diagnosis and characteristics have been determined, and it has been classified. Incidence and prevalence values are 10 to 20 in 100,000 and 56 to 113 in 100,000, respectively. Various factors are suggested for its underlying cause. Its denomination is also in dispute. Treatment of juvenile arthritis includes education, medical treatment, physical therapy, and occupational therapy. This article summarizes the objectives and methods of physical therapy and rehabilitation that are important parts of treatment.






Cakmak A, Bolukbas N. Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis: physical therapy and rehabilitation. Southern Medical Journal 98 (2): 212-216, Feb 2005.

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