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|Suggested Assessments for Sarcopenia in Patients With Stroke Who Can Walk Independently|
|Ho Joong Jung, Yong Min Lee, Minsun Kim, Kyeong Eun Uhm, Jongmin Lee|
Ann Rehabil Med. 2020;44(1):20-37. Published online February 29, 2020
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