The selection outpatients are the natural course group of patients who took part in the Prins (2001) trial. These were less severely affected at baseline. At follow-up, there was no statistically significant differences between the two groups on any of the measures. Numerically, out of the eight measures, four of the natural course group had improvements, three of the homebound group had improvements and there was one tie - a combined result which does not show a statistically significance difference between the two.
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