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Abstract

This chapter is devoted to emotional and psychopathological problems encountered during rehabilitation of severely disabled victims of spinal cord trauma, based on our nearly ten years of experience in this field. The clinical material of this study consists of patients with traumatic spinal cord injuries treated at the Rehabilitation Center at Konstancin in the years 1965–1973.

Keywords

Spinal Cord Injury Physical Disability Psychological Problem Emotional Disorder Aggressive Reaction 
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