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A primary concern immediately after stroke for patients, their relatives, and their caregivers is the prospect for recovery. Several prognostic factors have been identified for outcome after stroke. However, there is a need for empirically derived STUDYs that can predict outcome and assist in medical management during rehabilitation. This study was conducted to find if assessment of stroke severity can predict functional outcome and quality of life in patients receiving rehabilitation. Materialdoi:10.18231/2455-8451.2018.0032 fatcat:bcfdkdbywjg33ew5h5pj25ggzu