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LAFERRIER et al. Mobility and AT in servicemembers with major traumatic limb loss

Additional Contributions: A special thank you to all the Vietnam and OIF/OEF veterans and servicemembers who participated in our survey. We would like to thank Jane Emens and Koriann Brousseau for administrative support on this project. Institutional Review: We received human subjects approval from the University of Washington, Seattle, Washington; VA Puget Sound Health Care System, Seattle, Washington; and Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, Washington. Participant Follow-Up: The authors plan to inform participants of the publication of this study.


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