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6. Ho ES, Clarke HM. (2005). Upper extremity function in children with congenital hand anomalies. Journal of Hand Therapy 18(3):352-364.
7. Williams RM, GWM, GS, CMJ. (2004). Effectiveness of workplace rehabilitation interventions in the treatment of work-related upper extremity disorders: A systematic review. Journal of Hand Therapy 17(2):267-273.
8. Caragianis S. (2002). The prevalence of occupational injuries among hand therapists in Australia and New Zealand. Journal of Hand Therapy 15(3 (Jul-Sep)):234-241.
9. Davidson J. (2002). A survey of the satisfaction of upper limb amputees with their prostheses, their lifestyles, and their abilities. Journal of Hand Therapy 15(1):62-70.
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