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Wilt TJ, Carlson KF, Goldish GD, et al. Carbohydrate and Lipid Disorders and Relevant Considerations in Persons with Spinal Cord Injury. Rockville (MD): Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US); 2008 Jan. (Evidence Reports/Technology Assessments, No. 163.)

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2.
Case records of the Massachusetts General Hospital. Weekly clinicopathological exercises. Case 8-2001. A 61-year-old man with transient quadriplegia and apnea. N Engl J Med 2001;344(11):832–9. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 11248161]
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4.
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14.
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15.
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20.
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21.
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22.
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23.
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25.
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26.
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27.
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28.
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29.
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30.
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31.
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32.
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33.
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34.
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37.
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38.
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39.
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40.
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41.
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42.
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43.
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44.
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45.
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46.
Beres-Jones JA, Harkema SJ. The human spinal cord interprets velocity-dependent afferent input during stepping. Brain. 2004;127:2232–46. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 15289272]
47.
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48.
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49.
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50.
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51.
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52.
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53.
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54.
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55.
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56.
Bjerkefors A, Thorstensson A. Effects of kayak ergometer training on motor performance in paraplegics. Int J Sports Med. 2006;27(10):824–9. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 16586329]
57.
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58.
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59.
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60.
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61.
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62.
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63.
Bostom AG, Toner MM, McArdle WD, Montelione T, Brown CD, Stein RA. Lipid and lipoprotein profiles relate to peak aerobic power in spinal cord injured men. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 1991;23(4):409–14. Less than 100 patients in study. [PubMed: 2056897]
64.
Boudaoud L, Roussi J, Lortat-Jacob S, Bussel B, Dizien O, Drouet L. Endothelial fibrinolytic reactivity and the risk of deep venous thrombosis after spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord. 1997 Mar;35(3):151–7. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 9076865]
65.
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66.
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67.
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68.
Brenes G, Dearwater S, Shapera R, LaPorte RE, Collins E. High density lipoprotein cholesterol concentrations in physically active and sedentary spinal cord injured patients. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 1986;67(7):445–50. No relevant data. [PubMed: 3729689]
69.
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70.
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71.
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72.
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73.
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74.
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75.
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76.
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77.
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78.
Buss A, Brook GA, Kakulas B, Martin D, Franzen R, Schoenen J. et al. Gradual loss of myelin and formation of an astrocytic scar during Wallerian degeneration in the human spinal cord. Brain. 2004 Jan;127(Pt 1):34–44. Not eligible target population. [PubMed: 14534158]
79.
Buss A, Pech K, Merkler D, Kakulas BA, Martin D, Schoenen J. et al. Sequential loss of myelin proteins during Wallerian degeneration in the human spinal cord. Brain. 2005 Feb;128(Pt 2):356–64. Not eligible target population. [PubMed: 15634734]
80.
Butler JE, Ribot-Ciscar E, Zijdewind I, Thomas CK. Increased blood pressure can reduce fatigue of thenar muscles paralyzed after spinal cord injury. Muscle Nerve. 2004;29(4):575–84. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 15052623]
81.
Cambria RP, Davison JK, Zannetti S, L'Italien G, Atamian S. Thoracoabdominal aneurysm repair: perspectives over a decade with the clamp-and-sew technique. Ann Surg. 1997 Sep;226(3):294–303. discussion -5. Not eligible target population. [PMC free article: PMC1191027] [PubMed: 9339936]
82.
Cameron T, Broton JG, Needham-Shropshire B, Klose KJ. An upper body exercise system incorporating resistive exercise and neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMS) J Spinal Cord Med. 1998;21(1):1–6. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 9541880]
83.
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84.
Capodaglio P, Bazzini G. Predicting endurance limits in arm cranking exercise with a subjectively based method. Ergonomics. 1996;39(7):924–32. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 8690009]
85.
Cardol M, de Jong BA, van den Bos GA, Beelem A, de Groot IJ, de Haan RJ. Beyond disability: perceived participation in people with a chronic disabling condition. Clin Rehabil. 2002 Feb;16(1):27–35. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 11841066]
86.
Carhart MR, He J, Herman R, D'Luzansky S, Willis WT. Epidural spinal-cord stimulation facilitates recovery of functional walking following incomplete spinal-cord injury. IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng. 2004;12(1):32–42. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 15068185]
87.
Cariga P, Ahmed S, Mathias CJ, Gardner BP. The prevalence and association of neck (coat-hanger) pain and orthostatic (postural) hypotension in human spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord. 2002;40(2):77–82. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 11926419]
88.
Carlson AP, Yonas HM, Turner PT. Disorders of tumoral calcification of the spine: illustrative case study and review of the literature. Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques. 2007;20(1):97–103. Not adult spinal cord injury patients. [PubMed: 17285062]
89.
Carvalho DC, de Cassia Zanchetta M, Sereni JM, Cliquet A. Metabolic and cardiorespiratory responses of tetraplegic subjects during treadmill walking using neuromuscular electrical stimulation and partial body weight support. Spinal Cord. 2005;43(7):400–5. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 15753963]
90.
Carver RT, Boysel LC, Marciniak CM, Nussbaum SB. Myotonic dystrophy presenting as new-onset hand weakness and recurrent pneumonia in a patient with paraplegia: a case report. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 2004;85(11):1896–8. Less than 100 patients in study. [PubMed: 15520988]
91.
Catz A, Thaleisnik M, Fishel B, Ronen J, Spasser R, Fredman B. et al. Survival following spinal cord injury in Israel. Spinal Cord. 2002 Nov;40(11):595–8. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 12411967]
92.
Chalmers D, Morrison L. Epidemiology of non-submersion injuries in aquatic sporting and recreational activities. [Review] [114 refs] Sports Medicine. 2003;33(10):745–70. Not adult spinal cord injury patients. [PubMed: 12895131]
93.
Chao CY, Cheing GL. The effects of lower-extremity functional electric stimulation on the orthostatic responses of people with tetraplegia. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2005 Jul;86(7):1427–33. Not eligible target population. [PubMed: 16003676]
94.
Chen CJ, Fang W, Chen CM, Wan YL. Spontaneous spinal epidural haematomas with repeated remission and relapse. Neuroradiology. 1997 Oct;39(10):737–40. Case report. [PubMed: 9351113]
95.
Chen CJ, Hsu WC. Imaging findings of spontaneous spinal epidural hematoma. J Formos Med Assoc. 1997 Apr;96(4):283–7. Not eligible target population. [PubMed: 9136517]
96.
Chen JT, Chen CC, Kao KP, Wu ZA, Liao KK. Conditioning effect on the long latency potentials in the lower limb to transcranial magnetic stimulation. Acta Neurol Scand. 1998 Dec;98(6):412–21. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 9875620]
97.
Chen SC, Lai CH, Chan WP, Huang MH, Tsai HW, Chen JJ. Increases in bone mineral density after functional electrical stimulation cycling exercises in spinal cord injured patients. Disabil Rehabil. 2005;27(22):1337–41. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 16321917]
98.
Chen Y, Devivo MJ, Jackson AB. Pressure ulcer prevalence in people with spinal cord injury: age-period-duration effects. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2005 Jun;86(6):1208–13. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 15954061]
99.
Chen Y, Henson S, Jackson AB, Richards JS. Obesity intervention in persons with spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord. 2006;44(2):82–91. Less than 100 patients in study. [PubMed: 16103891]
100.
Chilibeck PD, Jeon J, Weiss C, Bell G, Burnham R. Histochemical changes in muscle of individuals with spinal cord injury following functional electrical stimulated exercise training. Spinal Cord. 1999;37(4):264–8. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 10338346]
101.
Chiou-Tan FY, Garza H, Chan KT, Parsons KC, Donovan WH, Robertson CS. et al. Comparison of dalteparin and enoxaparin for deep venous thrombosis prophylaxis in patients with spinal cord injury. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 2003 Sep;82(9):678–85. Not eligible target population. [PubMed: 12960909]
102.
Chistyakov AV, Soustiel JF, Hafner H, Kaplan B, Feinsod M. The value of motor and somatosensory evoked potentials in evaluation of cervical myelopathy in the presence of peripheral neuropathy. Spine. 2004;29(12):E239–47. Not adult spinal cord injury patients. [PubMed: 15187647]
103.
Chuang TY, Robinson LR, Nelson MR, Moss F, Chiou-Tan FY. Effect of isometric contraction on threshold somatosensory evoked potentials. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 1999;78(1):2–6. Not adult chronic SCI patients. [PubMed: 9923421]
104.
Cikajlo I, Matjacic Z, Bajd T. Development of a gait re-education system in incomplete spinal cord injury. J Rehabil Med. 2003;35(5):213–6. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 14582552]
105.
Claydon VE, Elliott SL, Sheel AW, Krassioukov A. Cardiovascular responses to vibrostimulation for sperm retrieval in men with spinal cord injury. J Spinal Cord Med. 2006;29(3):207–16. Case-series. [PMC free article: PMC1864810] [PubMed: 16859224]
106.
Claydon VE, Hol AT, Eng JJ, Krassioukov AV. Cardiovascular responses and postexercise hypotension after arm cycling exercise in subjects with spinal cord injury. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2006;87(8):1106–14. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 16876557]
107.
Claydon VE, Krassioukov AV. Orthostatic hypotension and autonomic pathways after spinal cord injury. J Neurotrauma. 2006 Dec;23(12):1713–25. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 17184183]
108.
Clinchot DM, Colachis SC 3rd. An unusual cause of traumatic spinal cord injury: case report. Spinal Cord. 1997;35(3):181–2. Not adult chronic SCI patients. [PubMed: 9076871]
109.
Cohen AT. Venous thromboembolic disease management of the nonsurgical moderate- and high-risk patient. Seminars in Hematology. 2000;37(3 Suppl 5):19–22. Not adult spinal cord injury patients. [PubMed: 11055892]
110.
Colachis SC 3rd, Clinchot DM. The association between deep venous thrombosis and heterotopic ossification in patients with acute traumatic spinal cord injury. Paraplegia. 1993 Aug;31(8):507–12. Not eligible target population. [PubMed: 8414634]
111.
Colgan R, Nicolle LE, McGlone A, Hooton TM. Asymptomatic bacteriuria in adults. American Family Physician. 2006;74(6):985–90. Not adult spinal cord injury patients. [PubMed: 17002033]
112.
Collins HL, Rodenbaugh DW, DiCarlo SE. Spinal cord injury alters cardiac electrophysiology and increases the susceptibility to ventricular arrhythmias. Progress in Brain Research. 2006;152:275–88. No relevant data. [PubMed: 16198707]
113.
Conrad MF, Crawford RS, Davison JK, Cambria RP. Thoracoabdominal aneurysm repair: a 20-year perspective. Ann Thorac Surg. 2007 Feb;83(2):S856–61. discussion S90–2. Not eligible target population. [PubMed: 17257941]
114.
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115.
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116.
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117.
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121.
Curtis KA, McClanahan S, Hall KM, Dillon D, Brown KF. Health, vocational, and functional status in spinal cord injured athletes and nonathletes. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 1986;67(12):862–5. Less than 100 patients in study. [PubMed: 3800613]
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127.
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128.
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129.
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130.
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143.
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144.
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145.
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176.
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177.
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189.
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190.
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191.
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194.
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195.
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196.
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197.
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198.
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199.
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204.
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205.
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206.
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207.
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208.
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209.
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212.
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213.
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224.
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228.
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230.
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231.
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232.
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233.
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234.
Greydanus DE, Demarest DS, Sears JM. Sexual dysfunction in adolescents. Seminars in Adolescent Medicine. 1985;1(3):177–87. Not adult spinal cord injury patients. [PubMed: 2958922]
235.
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236.
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237.
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238.
Grossman S. How can nurses use limit setting to facilitate spinal cord patients' independence? SCI Nurs. 1997;14(3):105–7. No exercise program or physical activity. [PubMed: 9355616]
239.
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240.
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241.
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242.
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243.
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244.
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245.
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246.
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247.
Haldeman S, Bradley WE, Bhatia N. Evoked responses from the pudendal nerve. Journal of Urology. 1982;128(5):974–80. Not adult spinal cord injury patients. [PubMed: 7176063]
248.
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249.
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250.
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251.
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252.
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253.
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254.
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255.
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256.
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257.
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258.
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259.
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260.
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261.
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262.
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263.
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264.
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265.
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266.
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269.
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270.
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271.
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272.
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273.
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274.
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276.
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279.
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280.
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281.
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282.
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283.
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284.
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286.
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287.
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288.
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289.
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290.
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291.
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292.
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293.
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294.
Jacobs PL, Johnson B, Mahoney ET. Physiologic responses to electrically assisted and frame-supported standing in persons with paraplegia. J Spinal Cord Med. 2003;26(4):384–9. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 14992341]
295.
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296.
Jacobs PL, Mahoney ET. Peak exercise capacity of electrically induced ambulation in persons with paraplegia. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2002;34(10):1551–6. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 12370554]
297.
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298.
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299.
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300.
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301.
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302.
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303.
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304.
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305.
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306.
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307.
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311.
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312.
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313.
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314.
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315.
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316.
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317.
Jones EA, Manaster BJ, May DA, Disler DG. Neuropathic osteoarthropathy: diagnostic dilemmas and differential diagnosis. Radiographics 2000 2000 Oct;20(Spec No):S279–93. No relevant data. [PubMed: 11046179]
318.
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319.
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320.
Jones LM, Legge M, Goulding A. Factor analysis of the metabolic syndrome in spinal cord-injured men. Metabolism: Clinical & Experimental. 2004;53(10):1372–7. Less than 100 patients in study. [PubMed: 15375797]
321.
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322.
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323.
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324.
Kabalin JN, Lennon S, Gill HS, Wolfe V, Perkash I. Incidence and management of autonomic dysreflexia and other intraoperative problems encountered in spinal cord injury patients undergoing extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy without anesthesia on a second generation lithotriptor. J Urol. 1993 May;149(5):1064–7. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 8483211]
325.
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326.
Kahn NN. Platelet-stimulated thrombin and PDGF are normalized by insulin and Ca2+ channel blockers. Am J Physiol. 1999 May;276(5 Pt 1):E856–62. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 10329979]
327.
Kahn NN, Bauman WA, Sinha AK. Demonstration of a novel circulating anti-prostacyclin receptor antibody. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1997 Aug 5;94(16):8779–82. Not eligible outcomes. [PMC free article: PMC23126] [PubMed: 9238054]
328.
Kahn NN, Bauman WA, Sinha AK. Circulating heavy chain IgG, a pathological mediator for coronary artery disease, recognizes platelet surface receptors of both prostacyclin and insulin. Platelets. 2003 Jun;14(4):203–10. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 12850828]
329.
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330.
Kameyama J, Handa Y, Hoshimiya N, Sakurai M. Restoration of shoulder movement in quadriplegic and hemiplegic patients by functional electrical stimulation using percutaneous multiple electrodes. Tohoku J Exp Med. 1999 Apr;187(4):329–37. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 10503605]
331.
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332.
Karlsson AK. Insulin resistance and sympathetic function in high spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord. 1999;37(7):494–500. Less than 100 patients in study. [PubMed: 10438116]
333.
Karlsson AK, Attvall S, Jansson PA, Sullivan L, Lonnroth P. Influence of the sympathetic nervous system on insulin sensitivity and adipose tissue metabolism: a study in spinal cord-injured subjects. Metabolism: Clinical & Experimental. 1995;44(1):52–8. Less than 100 patients in study. [PubMed: 7854166]
334.
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335.
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336.
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337.
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338.
Kerslake RW, Jaspan T, Worthington BS. Magnetic resonance imaging of spinal trauma. Br J Radiol. 1991 May;64(761):386–402. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 2036560]
339.
Kerstin W, Gabriele B, Richard L. What promotes physical activity after spinal cord injury? An interview study from a patient perspective. Disabil Rehabil. 2006;28(8):481–8. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 16513581]
340.
Kesiktas N, Paker N, Erdogan N, Gulsen G, Bicki D, Yilmaz H. The use of hydrotherapy for the management of spasticity. Neurorehabil Neural Repair. 2004;18(4):268–73. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 15537997]
341.
Ketover SR, Ansel HJ, Goldish G, Roche B, Gebhard RL. Gallstones in chronic spinal cord injury: is impaired gallbladder emptying a risk factor? Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 1996;77(11):1136–8. No relevant data. [PubMed: 8931524]
342.
Keyser RE, Rasch EK, Finley M, Rodgers MM. Improved upper-body endurance following a 12-week home exercise program for manual wheelchair users. J Rehabil Res Dev. 2003;40(6):501–10. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 15077662]
343.
Khan SH, Hattingh S, Griebel RW. Spinal epidural abscess. Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences. 2001;28(3):254–5. Not adult spinal cord injury patients. [PubMed: 11513345]
344.
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345.
Kilkens OJ, Dallmeijer AJ, De Witte LP, Van Der Woude LH, Post MW. The Wheelchair Circuit: Construct validity and responsiveness of a test to assess manual wheelchair mobility in persons with spinal cord injury. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2004;85(3):424–31. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 15031828]
346.
Kim V, Spandorfer J. Epidemiology of venous thromboembolic disease. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America. 2001;19(4):839–59. Not adult spinal cord injury patients. [PubMed: 11762274]
347.
King ML, Lichtman SW, Pellicone JT, Close RJ, Lisanti P. Exertional hypotension in spinal cord injury. Chest. 1994 Oct;106(4):1166–71. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 7924491]
348.
Kishi Y, Robinson RG, Kosier JT. Suicidal ideation among patients with acute life-threatening physical illness: patients with stroke, traumatic brain injury, myocardial infarction, and spinal cord injury. Psychosomatics. 2001 Sep–Oct;42(5):382–90. Not eligible target population. [PubMed: 11739904]
349.
Kishi Y, Robinson RG, Kosier JT. Suicidal ideation among patients during the rehabilitation period after life-threatening physical illness. J Nerv Ment Dis. 2001 Sep;189(9):623–8. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 11580007]
350.
Kjaer M, Dela F, Sorensen FB, Secher NH, Bangsbo J, Mohr T. et al. Fatty acid kinetics and carbohydrate metabolism during electrical exercise in spinal cord-injured humans. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol. 2001;281(5):R1492–8. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 11641120]
351.
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352.
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353.
Kjaer M, Pott F, Mohr T, Linkis P, Tornoe P, Secher NH. Heart rate during exercise with leg vascular occlusion in spinal cord-injured humans. J Appl Physiol. 1999;86(3):806–11. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 10066689]
354.
Klokker M, Mohr T, Kjaer M, Galbo H, Pedersen BK. The natural killer cell response to exercise in spinal cord injured individuals. Eur J Appl Physiol Occup Physiol. 1998;79(1):106–9. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 10052669]
355.
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356.
Knechtle B, Kopfli W. Treadmill exercise testing with increasing inclination as exercise protocol for wheelchair athletes. Spinal Cord. 2001;39(12):633–6. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 11781859]
357.
Knechtle B, Muller G, Knecht H. Optimal exercise intensities for fat metabolism in handbike cycling and cycling. Spinal Cord. 2004;42(10):564–72. No exercise program or physical activity. [PubMed: 15289799]
358.
Knechtle B, Muller G, Willmann F, Eser P, Knecht H. Comparison of fat oxidation in arm cranking in spinal cord-injured people versus ergometry in cyclists. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2003;90(5):614–9. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 12923642]
359.
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360.
Kocina P. Body composition of spinal cord injured adults. Sports Medicine. 1997;23(1):48–60. Review. [PubMed: 9017859]
361.
Kondo T, Saito K, Nishigami J, Ohshima T. Fatal injuries of the brain stem and/or upper cervical spinal cord in traffic accidents: nine autopsy cases. Sci Justice. 1995 Jul–Sep;35(3):197–201. Not eligible target population. [PubMed: 7663992]
362.
Konz KR, Chia JK, Kurup VP, Resnick A, Kelly KJ, Fink JN. Comparison of latex hypersensitivity among patients with neurologic defects. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 1995 May;95(5 Pt 1):950–4. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 7751515]
363.
Kooijman M, Rongen GA, Smits P, Hopman MT. Preserved alpha-adrenergic tone in the leg vascular bed of spinal cord-injured individuals. Circulation. 2003 Nov 11;108(19):2361–7. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 14557353]
364.
Krassioukov AV, Furlan JC, Fehlings MG. Autonomic dysreflexia in acute spinal cord injury: an under-recognized clinical entity. J Neurotrauma. 2003 Aug;20(8):707–16. Not eligible target population. [PubMed: 12965050]
365.
Krause JS, Broderick L. Patterns of recurrent pressure ulcers after spinal cord injury: identification of risk and protective factors 5 or more years after onset. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2004;85(8):1257–64. No exercise program or physical activity. [PubMed: 15295750]
366.
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367.
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368.
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369.
Lagerquist O, Zehr EP, Docherty D. Increased spinal reflex excitability is not associated with neural plasticity underlying the cross-education effect. J Appl Physiol. 2006;100(1):83–90. Not adult chronic SCI patients. [PubMed: 16357081]
370.
Langmayr JJ, Ortler M, Dessl A, Twerdy K, Aichner F, Felber S. Management of spontaneous extramedullary spinal haematomas: results in eight patients after MRI diagnosis and surgical decompression. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry. 1995 Oct;59(4):442–7. Not eligible target population. [PMC free article: PMC486085] [PubMed: 7561928]
371.
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372.
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373.
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374.
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375.
Leaf DA, Bahl RA, Adkins RH. Risk of cardiac dysrhythmias in chronic spinal cord injury patients. Paraplegia. 1993 Sep;31(9):571–5. Case-series. [PubMed: 8247599]
376.
Lecouvet F, Richard F, Vande Berg B, Malghem J, Maldague B, Jamart J. et al. Long-term effects of localized spinal radiation therapy on vertebral fractures and focal lesions appearance in patients with multiple myeloma. Br J Haematol. 1997 Mar;96(4):743–5. Not eligible target population. [PubMed: 9074416]
377.
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378.
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379.
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380.
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381.
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382.
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383.
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384.
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385.
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386.
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387.
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388.
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389.
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390.
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391.
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392.
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393.
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394.
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395.
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396.
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397.
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398.
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399.
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400.
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401.
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402.
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403.
Maurice-Williams RS. Spinal dural arteriovenous malformations—a treatable cause of progressive paraparesis in elderly people. Age Ageing. 1992 Nov;21(6):412–6. Not eligible target population. [PubMed: 1471578]
404.
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405.
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406.
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407.
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408.
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409.
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410.
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411.
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412.
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413.
Merli GJ, Crabbe S, Doyle L, Ditunno JF, Herbision GJ. Mechanical plus pharmacological prophylaxis for deep vein thrombosis in acute spinal cord injury. Paraplegia. 1992 Aug;30(8):558–62. Not eligible target population. [PubMed: 1522997]
414.
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415.
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416.
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417.
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418.
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419.
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420.
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421.
Morse JM, Mitcham C. The experience of agonizing pain and signals of disembodiment. J Psychosom Res. 1998 Jun;44(6):667–80. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 9678748]
422.
Morton SM, Bastian AJ. Cerebellar contributions to locomotor adaptations during splitbelt treadmill walking. J Neurosci. 2006;26(36):9107–16. Not adult chronic SCI patients. [PubMed: 16957067]
423.
Mostwin JL. Urinary incontinence.[comment] Journal of Urology. 1995;153(2):352–3. No relevant data. [PubMed: 7815581]
424.
Moynahan M, Mullin C, Cohn J, Burns CA, Halden EE, Triolo RJ. et al. Home use of a functional electrical stimulation system for standing and mobility in adolescents with spinal cord injury. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 1996;77(10):1005–13. Not adult chronic SCI patients. [PubMed: 8857878]
425.
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426.
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427.
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428.
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429.
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430.
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431.
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432.
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433.
Myllynen P, Koivisto VA, Nikkila EA. Glucose intolerance and insulin resistance accompany immobilization. Acta Medica Scandinavica. 1987;222(1):75–81. Less than 100 patients in study. [PubMed: 3307311]
434.
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435.
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436.
Nash MS, Jacobs PL, Mendez AJ, Goldberg RB. Circuit resistance training improves the atherogenic lipid profiles of persons with chronic paraplegia. Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine. 2001;24(1):2–9. Less than 100 patients in study. [PubMed: 11587430]
437.
Nash MS, Jacobs PL, Montalvo BM, Klose KJ, Guest RS, Needham-Shropshire BM. Evaluation of a training program for persons with SCI paraplegia using the Parastep 1 ambulation system: part 5. Lower extremity blood flow and hyperemic responses to occlusion are augmented by ambulation training. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 1997;78(8):808–14. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 9344298]
438.
Nash MS, Johnson BM, Jacobs PL. Combined hyperlipidemia in a single subject with tetraplegia: ineffective risk reduction after atorvastatin monotherapy. Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine. 2004;27(5):484–7. Less than 100 patients in study. [PubMed: 15648805]
439.
Nash MS, Montalvo BM, Applegate B. Lower extremity blood flow and responses to occlusion ischemia differ in exercise-trained and sedentary tetraplegic persons. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 1996;77(12):1260–5. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 8976309]
440.
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441.
New PW, Rawicki HB, Bailey MJ. Nontraumatic spinal cord injury: demographic characteristics and complications. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 2002;83(7):996–1001. No relevant data. [PubMed: 12098161]
442.
Nicolle LE. Asymptomatic bacteriuria: when to screen and when to treat. Infectious Disease Clinics of North America. 2003;17(2):367–94. No relevant data. [PubMed: 12848475]
443.
Nieshoff EC, Birk TJ, Birk CA, Hinderer SR, Yavuzer G. Double-blinded, placebo-controlled trial of midodrine for exercise performance enhancement in tetraplegia: a pilot study. J Spinal Cord Med. 2004;27(3):219–25. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 15478524]
444.
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445.
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446.
Norman KE, Pepin A, Barbeau H. Effects of drugs on walking after spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord. 1998;36(10):699–715. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 9800274]
447.
Norton JA, Gorassini MA. Changes in cortically related intermuscular coherence accompanying improvements in locomotor skills in incomplete spinal cord injury. J Neurophysiol. 2006;95(4):2580–9. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 16407422]
448.
O'Connor RJ, Cano SJ, Thompson AJ, Hobart JC. Exploring rating scale responsiveness: does the total score reflect the sum of its parts? Neurology. 2004 May 25;62(10):1842–4. Not eligible target population. [PubMed: 15159490]
449.
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450.
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451.
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452.
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453.
Ohta Y, Hayashi T, Sasaki C, Shiote M, Manabe Y, Shoji M. et al. Cauda equina syndrome caused by idiopathic sacral epidural lipomatosis. Intern Med. 2002;41(7):593–4. Not adult chronic SCI patients. [PubMed: 12132532]
454.
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455.
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456.
Oku Y, Kurusu M, Hara Y, Sugita M, Muro S, Chin K. et al. Ventilatory responses and subjective sensations during arm exercise and hypercapnia in patients with lower-cervical and upper-thoracic spinal cord injuries. Intern Med. 1997;36(11):776–80. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 9392348]
457.
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458.
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459.
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460.
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461.
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462.
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463.
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464.
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465.
Papadopoulos A, Wright S, Ensor J. Evaluation and attributional analysis of an aromatherapy service for older adults with physical health problems and carers using the service. Complement Ther Med. 1999 Dec;7(4):239–44. Not eligible target population. [PubMed: 10709309]
466.
Parke WW, Whalen JL, Bunger PC, Settles HE. Intimal musculature of the lower anterior spinal artery. Spine. 1995 Oct 1;20(19):2073–9. Not eligible target population. [PubMed: 8588161]
467.
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468.
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469.
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470.
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471.
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472.
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473.
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474.
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475.
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476.
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477.
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478.
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479.
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480.
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481.
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482.
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483.
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484.
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485.
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486.
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487.
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488.
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489.
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490.
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491.
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492.
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493.
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494.
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495.
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496.
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497.
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498.
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499.
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500.
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501.
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502.
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503.
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504.
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505.
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506.
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507.
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508.
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509.
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510.
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511.
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512.
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513.
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514.
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515.
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516.
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517.
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518.
Saltzstein RJ, Hardin S, Hastings J. Osteoporosis in spinal cord injury: using an index of mobility and its relationship to bone density. J Am Paraplegia Soc. 1992 Oct;15(4):232–4. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 1431871]
519.
Salvador de la Barrera S, Barca-Buyo A, Montoto-Marques A, Ferreiro-Velasco ME, Cidoncha-Dans M, Rodriguez-Sotillo A. Spinal cord infarction: prognosis and recovery in a series of 36 patients. Spinal Cord. 2001 Oct;39(10):520–5. Not eligible target population. [PubMed: 11641795]
520.
Sampson EE, Burnham RS, Andrews BJ. Functional electrical stimulation effect on orthostatic hypotension after spinal cord injury. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2000 Feb;81(2):139–43. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 10668765]
521.
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522.
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523.
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524.
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525.
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526.
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527.
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528.
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529.
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530.
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531.
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532.
Schmid A, Huonker M, Stahl F, Barturen JM, Konig D, Heim M. et al. Free plasma catecholamines in spinal cord injured persons with different injury levels at rest and during exercise. J Auton Nerv Syst. 1998;68(1):96–100. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 9531449]
533.
Schmid A, Huonker M, Stober P, Barturen JM, Schmidt-Trucksass A, Durr H. et al. Physical performance and cardiovascular and metabolic adaptation of elite female wheelchair basketball players in wheelchair ergometry and in competition. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 1998;77(6):527–33. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 9862541]
534.
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535.
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536.
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537.
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538.
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539.
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540.
Scremin AM, Kurta L, Gentili A, Wiseman B, Perell K, Kunkel C. et al. Increasing muscle mass in spinal cord injured persons with a functional electrical stimulation exercise program. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 1999;80(12):1531–6. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 10597802]
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542.
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543.
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544.
Sencer W. THE CEREBROSPINAL FLUID IN MYELORADICULOPATHIES ASSOCIATED WITH DIABETES MELLITUS. Journal of the Mount Sinai Hospital, New York. 1964 May–Jun;31:202–11. Not adult spinal cord injury patients. [PubMed: 14167677]
545.
Seymour RJ, Lacefield WE. Wheelchair cushion effect on pressure and skin temperature. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 1985;66(2):103–8. No relevant data. [PubMed: 3970656]
546.
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547.
Shetty KR, Sutton CH, Rudman IW, Rudman D. Lipid and lipoprotein abnormalities in young quadriplegic men. American Journal of the Medical Sciences. 1992;303(4):213–6. Less than 100 patients in study. [PubMed: 1562037]
548.
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549.
Shimizu T, Shimada H, Shirakura K. Scapulohumeral reflex (Shimizu). Its clinical significance and testing maneuver. Spine. 1993 Nov;18(15):2182–90. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 8278829]
550.
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551.
Sidman JM. Sexual functioning and the physically disabled adult. American Journal of Occupational Therapy. 1977;31(2):81–5. No relevant data. [PubMed: 139107]
552.
Silva AC, Neder JA, Chiurciu MV, Pasqualin DC, da Silva RC, Fernandez AC. et al. Effect of aerobic training on ventilatory muscle endurance of spinal cord injured men. Spinal Cord. 1998;36(4):240–5. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 9589523]
553.
Silver JR, Noori Z. Pulmonary embolism following anticoagulation therapy. International Disability Studies. 1991;13(1):16–9. Less than 100 patients in study. [PubMed: 1917798]
554.
Sinderby C, Weinberg J, Sullivan L, Borg J, Lindstrom L, Grassino A. Diaphragm function in patients with cervical cord injury or prior poliomyelitis infection. Spinal Cord. 1996;34(4):204–13. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 8963964]
555.
Sinderby C, Weinberg J, Sullivan L, Lindstrom L, Grassino A. Electromyographical evidence for exercise-induced diaphragm fatigue in patients with chronic cervical cord injury or prior poliomyelitis infection. Spinal Cord. 1996;34(10):594–601. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 8896125]
556.
Singh A, Crockard HA. Quantitative assessment of cervical spondylotic myelopathy by a simple walking test. Lancet. 1999;354(9176):370–3. Not adult chronic SCI patients. [PubMed: 10437865]
557.
Slade JM, Bickel CS, Dudley GA. The effect of a repeat bout of exercise on muscle injury in persons with spinal cord injury. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2004;92(3):363–6. No relevant outcomes. [PubMed: 15138832]
558.
Sliwa JA, Mason K, Yarkony G, Press J, Lovell L. The value of routine chest roentgenograms on admission for rehabilitation after traumatic spinal cord injury. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 1994 Apr;73(2):84–8. Not eligible target population. [PubMed: 8148108]
559.
Smals AG. Impotence: organic causes. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde. 1986;130(15):675–80. Not english language. [PubMed: 3517661]
560.
Smith HC, Davey NJ, Savic G, Maskill DW, Ellaway PH, Frankel HL. Motor unit discharge characteristics during voluntary contraction in patients with incomplete spinal cord injury. Exp Physiol. 1999 Nov;84(6):1151–60. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 10564711]
561.
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562.
Stanghelle JK, Festvag LV. Postpolio syndrome: a 5 year follow-up. Spinal Cord. 1997;35(8):503–8. Not adult chronic SCI patients. [PubMed: 9267914]
563.
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564.
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565.
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566.
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567.
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568.
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570.
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571.
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572.
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573.
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574.
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575.
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576.
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577.
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578.
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579.
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580.
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581.
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582.
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583.
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584.
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585.
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588.
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589.
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590.
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591.
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593.
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594.
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595.
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596.
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597.
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598.
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599.
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601.
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602.
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603.
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604.
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605.
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607.
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608.
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609.
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610.
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611.
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612.
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614.
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621.
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622.
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623.
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630.
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631.
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632.
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633.
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634.
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637.
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638.
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639.
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640.
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641.
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644.
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645.
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646.
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647.
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648.
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649.
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650.
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651.
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653.
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654.
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655.
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656.
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657.
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658.
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659.
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660.
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661.
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662.
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663.
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664.
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665.
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666.
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667.
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668.
Yokoyama O, Ishiura Y, Nakamura Y, Kunimi K, Mita E, Namiki M. Urodynamic effects of intravesical instillation of lidocaine in patients with overactive detrusor. J Urol. 1997 May;157(5):1826–30. Not eligible outcomes. [PubMed: 9112532]
669.
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671.
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672.
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