Cecilia Li-Tsang
Cecilia Li-Tsang
Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
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A randomized controlled trial of surgery vs steroid injection for carpal tunnel syndrome
ACF Hui, S Wong, CH Leung, P Tong, V Mok, D Poon, CW Li-Tsang, ...
Neurology 64 (12), 2074-2078, 2005
Using a driving simulator to identify older drivers at inflated risk of motor vehicle crashes
HC Lee, AH Lee, D Cameron, C Li-Tsang
Journal of safety research 34 (4), 453-459, 2003
Prevalence of hypertrophic scar formation and its characteristics among the Chinese population
CWP Li-Tsang, JCM Lau, CCH Chan
Burns 31 (5), 610-616, 2005
Adjustment and adaptation in parents of children with developmental disability in two-parent families: A review of the characteristics and attributes
MK Yau, CWP Li-Tsang
The British Journal of Development Disabilities 45 (88), 38-51, 1999
Quality of life of parents who have children with disabilities
CYS Leung, CWP Li-Tsang
Hong Kong journal of occupational therapy 13 (1), 19-24, 2003
Chinese handwriting performance of primary school children with dyslexia
SST Lam, RKC Au, HWH Leung, CWP Li-Tsang
Research in developmental disabilities 32 (5), 1745-1756, 2011
A prospective randomized clinical trial to investigate the effect of silicone gel sheeting (Cica-Care) on post-traumatic hypertrophic scar among the Chinese population
CWP Li-Tsang, JCM Lau, J Choi, CCC Chan, L Jianan
Burns 32 (6), 678-683, 2006
Effect of different pressure magnitudes on hypertrophic scar in a Chinese population
LHY Candy, LTWP Cecilia, ZY Ping
Burns 36 (8), 1234-1241, 2010
A randomized clinical trial to study the effect of silicone gel dressing and pressure therapy on posttraumatic hypertrophic scars
CWP Li-Tsang, YP Zheng, JCM Lau
Journal of Burn Care & Research 31 (3), 448-457, 2010
Success in parenting children with developmental disabilities: Some characteristics, attitudes and adaptive coping skills
CWP Li-Tsang, MKS Yau, HK Yuen
The British Journal of Development Disabilities 47 (93), 61-71, 2001
Rehabilitation interventions for unilateral neglect after stroke: a systematic review from 1997 through 2012
NYH Yang, D Zhou, RCK Chung, CWP Li-Tsang, KNK Fong
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 187, 2013
ISBI practice guidelines for burn care, part 2
A Subcommittee, S Subcommittee, ISBI Practice Guidelines Committee
Burns: Journal of the International Society for Burn Injuries 44 (7), 1617-1706, 2018
Sensory Processing Measure-HK Chinese version: Psychometric properties and pattern of response across environments
CYY Lai, JCC Chung, CCH Chan, CWP Li-Tsang
Research in Developmental Disabilities 32 (6), 2636-2643, 2011
Application of tissue ultrasound palpation system (TUPS) in objective scar evaluation
JCM Lau, CWP Li-Tsang, YP Zheng
Burns 31 (4), 445-452, 2005
The effect of a computerized visual perception and visual-motor integration training program on improving Chinese handwriting of children with handwriting difficulties
KW Poon, CWP Li-Tsang, TPL Weiss, S Rosenblum
Research in developmental disabilities 31 (6), 1552-1560, 2010
Validation of the Pliance X System in measuring interface pressure generated by pressure garment
CHY Lai, CWP Li-Tsang
burns 35 (6), 845-851, 2009
Effect of a social emotional learning programme for primary school students
ASK Wong, CWP Li-Tsang, AMH Siu
Hong Kong Journal of Occupational Therapy 24 (2), 56-63, 2014
Competence of people with intellectual disabilities on using human–computer interface
AWK Wong, CCH Chan, CWP Li-Tsang, CS Lam
Research in developmental disabilities 30 (1), 107-123, 2009
Validation of an objective scar pigmentation measurement by using a spectrocolorimeter
CWP Li-Tsang, JCM Lau, SKY Liu
Burns 29 (8), 779-784, 2003
Robotic approaches for the rehabilitation of upper limb recovery after stroke: a systematic review and meta-analysis
C Zhang, CWP Li-Tsang, RKC Au
International Journal of Rehabilitation Research 40 (1), 19-28, 2017
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