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The quantitative relationship between functional status and self-reported quality of life is relatively unexamined. As part of the 1-, 6-, and 12-month telephone follow-up of consecutive patients in an observational study of patients with stroke, we found that while higher functional status was associated with better quality of life, this relationship was relatively weak (Spearman correlation <0.25). Patients with similar levels of disability reported quite different qualities of life. Anydoi:10.1682/jrrd.2003.08.0117 fatcat:dez33ekdlben3kqzj3oklp3xvu