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This Week we were asked to select an article relevant to your field of study. Also, to analyze the article. So, since I’m current in the medical field more specifically Physical Therapy. I have chosen “Complex Functional Assesment of the Hip Joint “ written by Maya S. Krastanove and Danelina E. Vacheva in the Jounal of IMAB. In this article, the author audience for this article are Rehabilitation Occupations such as Physical Therapist and Orthopedic surgeons. The purpose of this article is a present a new test or system to complete an assessment of the hip joint. The Main point of this article is to present the research that was conducted to support the specific test and system.
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