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Abstract

Paraplegia is one of the severest forms of handicap on the social scale. In rehabilitation, however, it is a relatively new problem. Not so long ago, the life expectancy of the paraplegic patient was short, and cases of spinal cord injury were considered hopeless [18].

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Spinal Cord Injury Disability Pension Disable Person Daily Living Activity Disable Individual 
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