Poor physical function in elderly women in low-level aged care is related to muscle strength rather than to measures of sarcopenia

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Walker, Karen; Woods,; Iuliano-Burns,Sandra; King,Susannah; Strauss,Boyd;
(2011)

Julie L Woods1, Sandra Iuliano-Burns2, Susannah J King1, Boyd J Strauss1, Karen Z Walker11Nutrition and Dietetics Department, Monash University, Victoria, Australia; 2Endocrine Centre of Excellence, Department of Medicine, Austin Health, University of Melbourne, West He... View more
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