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9. LIMITATIONS AND SUGGESTIONS
The study was done with small groups; therefore it should be done with large
sample size for the study to be more valid.
The study includes only the homogenous anterior cerebral artery lesions; the other
causes for the stroke can be applied with this project for further generalization.
Further studies are suggested to emphasis on improving upper limb function in
patients with middle cerebral artery lesions by progressive resistance training.
Heavy resistance training is compared with other approaches in order to find out
the improvement in lower limb function in stroke patients.
The study can be done with older aged peoples and younger ages, above age !
and below "! respectively.
The study can be done with older aged peoples and younger ages, above age !
and below "! respectively.
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