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A Closer Look at the Validity and Reliability of the Persian Versions of National Institute of Health Stroke Scale and Modified National Institute of Health Stroke Scale in Hospitalized Patients

Mehrdad Amir Behghadami, Ali Janati

 

 

Validity; Reliability; Psychometric Properties

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