Book Review| Volume 20, ISSUE 4, P369, October 2007

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      Mr. Spicher, an occupational therapist, begins by reviewing cutaneous sense and the cells responsible. He provides background information reviewing research performed previously; initial identifications and classifications. The rationale for which test to use and arguments for systematic testing are presented. Sensibility testing is described in great detail. The objective of the test, the materials to use, positioning and administration, explanation to the patient, results, and interpretation are all explained to the reader.
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