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Participation and quality of life in children and adolescents with congenital limb deficiencies: A narrative review

Posted on Thursday 17th May, 2012

Children and adolescents with congenital limb deficiencies are visibly and physically different from their peers.  They present limitations in activities, depending on the severity of deficiency.  Therefore they are at risk for lower participation in social and leisure activities.  This might negatively influence the perception on their quality of life.  The aim of this narrative review is to describe participation and quality of life in children with congenital limb deficiencies. 
From Informa Healthcare Prosthetics and Orthotics International
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