- festinating gait、hysterical gait、neurologic gait disorder、shuffling gait、spastic gait、unsteady gait
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- 1. 高齢者における神経性歩行障害 neurologic gait disorders of elderly people
- 2. 大脳皮質基底核変性症 corticobasal degeneration
- 3. 進行性核上性麻痺（PSP） progressive supranuclear palsy psp
- 4. 末梢神経疾患および筋疾患の鑑別診断 differential diagnosis of peripheral nerve and muscle disease
- 5. 正常圧水頭症 normal pressure hydrocephalus
- Partial body weight support treadmill training speed influences paretic and non-paretic leg muscle activation, stride characteristics, and ratings of perceived exertion during acute stroke rehabilitation.
- Burnfield JM1, Buster TW2, Goldman AJ2, Corbridge LM2, Harper-Hanigan K3.
- Human movement science.Hum Mov Sci.2016 Jun;47:16-28. doi: 10.1016/j.humov.2016.01.012. Epub 2016 Feb 1.
- BACKGROUND: Intensive task-specific training is promoted as one approach for facilitating neural plastic brain changes and associated motor behavior gains following neurologic injury. Partial body weight support treadmill training (PBWSTT), is one task-specific approach frequently used to improve wa
- PMID 26845732
- Cortical Implications of Advancing Age and Disease Duration in Parkinson's Disease Patients with Postural Instability and Gait Dysfunction.
- Herb JN1, Rane S2, Isaacs DA3, Van Wouwe N3, Roman OC3, Landman BA2,4, Dawant BM4, Hedera P3, Zald DH5, Neimat JS6, Wylie SA3, Donahue MJ2, Claassen DO3.
- Journal of Parkinson's disease.J Parkinsons Dis.2016 May 5. [Epub ahead of print]
- BACKGROUND: Parkinson's Disease patients with predominant gait dysfunction appear to have reduced cortical thickness compared to other motor phenotypes. The extent to which advancing age, or disease duration impact the pattern of these distinctions is unclear.OBJECTIVE: We examine if PD patients wit
- PMID 27164041
- Kinematic gait patterns and their relationship to pain in mild-to-moderate hip osteoarthritis.
- Leigh RJ1, Osis ST2, Ferber R3.
- Clinical biomechanics (Bristol, Avon).Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon).2016 May;34:12-7. doi: 10.1016/j.clinbiomech.2015.12.010. Epub 2015 Dec 31.
- BACKGROUND: Mild-to-moderate hip osteoarthritis is often managed clinically in a non-surgical manner. Effective non-surgical management of this population requires characterizing the specific impairments within this group. To date, a complete description of all lower extremity kinematics in mild-to-
- PMID 27031047
- Depth-based Gait Authentication for Practical Sensor Settings
- Ikeda Taro,Mitsugami Ikuhisa,Yagi Yasushi
- IPSJ Transactions on Computer Vision and Applications 7(0), 94-98, 2015
- … This paper investigates performances of silhouette-based and depth-based gait authentication considering practical sensor settings where sensors are located in an environments afterwards and usually have to be located quite near to people. … In addition, we also investigate performances when we have to authenticate between frontal and rear views. … We also confirm that by introducing Depth-based Gait Feature, we can authenticate between the frontal and rear views. …
- NAID 130005091223
- Changes in angular kinematics of the paretic lower limb at different orthotic angles of plantar flexion limitation of an ankle-foot-orthosis for stroke patients
- Lee Hye Young,Lee Jeon Hyeong,Kim Kyoung
- Journal of Physical Therapy Science 27(3), 825-828, 2015
- … [Purpose] An ankle-foot-orthosis (AFO) is an assistive brace that allows stroke patients to achieve an independent gait. … However, no significant differences were observed among any of the orthotic limitation angles in the frontal plane. …
- NAID 130005061685
- The effect of angle and moment of the hip and knee joint on iliotibial band hardness.
- Tateuchi Hiroshige,Shiratori Sakiko,Ichihashi Noriaki
- … Sixteen healthy individuals performed the one-leg standing under five conditions in which the pelvic and trunk inclination were changed in the frontal plane. …
- NAID 120005611392
- Presentation may involve a number of symptoms that are not seen in other forms of cognitive impairment/dementia: gait disturbances (gait ignition failure, frontal gait disorder, frontal or subcortical disequilibrium), focal deficits, loss of ...
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- festinating gait、frontal gait、hysterical gait、neurologic gait disorder、shuffling gait、unsteady gait