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Academy of Oncologic Physical Therapy CSM 2021 Platform and Poster Presentations

Academy of Oncologic Physical Therapy CSM 2021 Platform and Poster Presentations ACADEMY B USINESS Academy of Oncologic Physical Therapy CSM 2021 Platform and Poster Presentations CONCLUSIONS: This study supports the findings in previous PLATFORM PRESENTATIONS research performed by Svenssen et al that patients are able to ac- curately self-assess for lymphedema with 100% agreement at all SESSION 1 time points. The total agreement across the study was very good ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE FOR MASTECTOMY which indicates that patients have the ability to accurately self- RELATED UPPER EXTREMITY IMPAIRMENTS: assess for common impairments. However, when each month is PATIENT SELF-ASSESSMENT OF SHOULDER evaluated individually the participant’s perceived abilities did not FUNCTION match their abilities in the clinic during early recovery. This dif- Burkart MA, Swisher A ference may due to reluctance to perform the tasks while acutely painful causing them to overestimate their ability. There was a PURPOSE/HYPOTHESIS: Active surveillance after mastectomy significant participant attrition at the 3-month time point, which allows for early identification and treatment of upper extremity was also where the level of agreement in all parts significantly (UE) impairments that are common and have a negative impact improved. The results of the remaining participants present a po- on quality of life. Unfortunately, adherence to breast cancer reha- tentially http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Rehabilitation Oncology Wolters Kluwer Health

Academy of Oncologic Physical Therapy CSM 2021 Platform and Poster Presentations

Rehabilitation Oncology , Volume 39 (2) – Apr 22, 2021

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Wolters Kluwer Health
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© 2021 Academy of Oncologic Physical Therapy, APTA.
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2168-3808
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2381-2427
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Abstract

ACADEMY B USINESS Academy of Oncologic Physical Therapy CSM 2021 Platform and Poster Presentations CONCLUSIONS: This study supports the findings in previous PLATFORM PRESENTATIONS research performed by Svenssen et al that patients are able to ac- curately self-assess for lymphedema with 100% agreement at all SESSION 1 time points. The total agreement across the study was very good ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE FOR MASTECTOMY which indicates that patients have the ability to accurately self- RELATED UPPER EXTREMITY IMPAIRMENTS: assess for common impairments. However, when each month is PATIENT SELF-ASSESSMENT OF SHOULDER evaluated individually the participant’s perceived abilities did not FUNCTION match their abilities in the clinic during early recovery. This dif- Burkart MA, Swisher A ference may due to reluctance to perform the tasks while acutely painful causing them to overestimate their ability. There was a PURPOSE/HYPOTHESIS: Active surveillance after mastectomy significant participant attrition at the 3-month time point, which allows for early identification and treatment of upper extremity was also where the level of agreement in all parts significantly (UE) impairments that are common and have a negative impact improved. The results of the remaining participants present a po- on quality of life. Unfortunately, adherence to breast cancer reha- tentially

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Rehabilitation OncologyWolters Kluwer Health

Published: Apr 22, 2021

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