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*  Ankle replacement
Conti S, Lalonde KA, Martin R (November 2006). "Kinematic analysis of the agility total ankle during gait". Foot & Ankle ... and the assessment of its functionality in daily life using gait analysis or videofluoroscopy; the latter is a tool for three- ...
*  Rocker bottom shoe
Gait & Posture. 30 (1): 45-9. doi:10.1016/j.gaitpost.2009.02.012. PMID 19329317. "Is It Safe to Wear Rocker Bottom Shoes?". ... but the rock of the heel assists with the propulsive phase of gait, making walking more natural and less painful to the ...
*  Comparative foot morphology
With a running gait, the foot-loading order is usually the reverse of walking. The foot strikes the ground with the ball of the ... Gefen, A; Ravid, MM; Itzchak, Y (2001). "In vivo biomechanical behavior of the human heel pad during the stance phase of gait ... Perry, J (1992). Gait Analysis: Normal and Pathological Function. Thorofare, NJ: SLACK Inc. Soderberg, GL (1997). Kinesiology ... The walking and running gaits of quadrupeds and bipeds show differences in the relative phase of the movements of their ...
*  Fin and flipper locomotion
Mudskippers, for example demonstrate a 'crutching' gait which enables them to 'walk' over muddy surfaces as well as dig burrows ... Depending on their species, sea turtles are described to have either a symmetrical gait (diagonally opposite limbs are moving ... leatherback sea turtles employ the asymmetrical gait while on land. Notably, leatherbacks employ their front (pelvic) flippers ... loggerhead sea turtle hatchlings are commonly seen exhibiting symmetrical gait on sand, whereas, ...
*  Ambling gait
All ambling gaits have four beats. Some ambling gaits are lateral gaits, meaning that the feet on the same side of the horse ... Other gaited breeds are able to perform the fox trot and it is one of the only ambling gaits that can be taught to horses that ... An ambling gait or amble is any of several four-beat intermediate horse gaits, all of which are faster than a walk but usually ... The trocha gait of the Paso Fino and the pasitrote of the Peruvian Paso are also diagonal ambling gaits. They too are similar ...
*  Five-gaited
... horses are notable for their ability to perform five distinct horse gaits instead of simply the three gaits, walk, ... "They've Got The Beat: Gaited Horses". TheHorse.com. Retrieved 18 February 2016. "Five-gaited - definition of five-gaited by ... A five-gaited horse might also perform the fox trot rather than the stepping pace. In the Icelandic horse, the five gaits are ... Some horses are able to both trot and perform an ambling gait, but many can only do one or the other, thus five-gaited ability ...
*  Alternating hemiplegia
Some common symptoms of alternating hemiplegia are mental impairment, gait and balance difficulties, excessive sweating and ...
*  Preferred walking speed
Among other gait costs that human walkers choose to minimize, this observation has led many to suggest that people minimize ... Hunter, L. C., Hendrix, E. C. and Dean, J. C. (2010). "The cost of walking downhill: Is the preferred gait energetically ... ISBN 978-0-7360-0331-5. CS1 maint: Uses editors parameter (link) Hoyt, D. F. & Taylor, C. R. (1981). "Gait and the energetics ... This suggests that under adverse conditions such as down hills, gait patterns may favor stability over speed. Individual joint ...
*  Gait
Bipedal gait cycle Gait analysis Gait abnormality Gait (dog) Gait (human) Horse gait Parkinsonian gait Tasch, U.; Moubarak, P ... Asymmetrical gaits are sometimes termed "leaping gaits", due to the presence of a suspended phase. The key variables for gait ... and different species use different gaits. Almost all animals are capable of symmetrical gaits, while asymmetrical gaits are ... In a symmetrical gait, the left and right limbs of a pair alternate, while in an asymmetrical gait, the limbs move together. ...
*  Myopathic gait
... (or waddling gait) is a form of gait abnormality. The "waddling" is due to the weakness of the proximal muscles ... Conditions associated with a myopathic gait include pregnancy, congenital hip dysplasia, muscular dystrophies and spinal ... ">"Gait > Abnormal". Saint, Sanjay; Wiese, Jeff; Bent, Stephen (2006). Clinical clerkships: the answer book. Hagerstown, MD: ...
*  Trendelenburg gait
The Trendelenburg gait pattern (or gluteus medius lurch) is an abnormal gait (as with walking) caused by weakness of the ... result in this awkward gait, or worse.[citation needed] This gait may be caused by cleidocranial dysostosis. Biofeedback and ... Gait abnormality Trendelenburg position Trendelenburg's sign Snapping hip syndrome Friedrich Trendelenburg Gluteal gait ... This type of gait may also be seen in L5 radiculopathy and after poliomyelitis, but is then usually seen in combination with ...
*  Royal Gait
Royal Gait's dam, High Gait, was a granddaughter of the Irish Oaks winner Merry Mate, who was, in turn, a daughter of the Ascot ... Royal Gait was a bay gelding with a small white star and a white sock on his left hind leg bred by Ian H Wills. He was sired by ... Royal Gait continued his run on the inside, took the lead approaching the final furlong, and drew away to win by five lengths ... Royal Gait began his 1988 campaign by beating a field which included Satco and Yaka in the Group Three Prix de Barbeville at ...
*  Pigeon gait
... is a form of gait abnormality. Torsional abnormalities. Hip dysplasia Prince, Jim McMorran, Damian Crowther, Stew ... "pigeon gait - General Practice Notebook". www.gpnotebook.co.uk. ...
*  Propulsive gait
... is a form of gait abnormality. Stiff, with head and neck bent. Carbon monoxide poisoning Parkinson's disease ... Manganese Toxicity Medline Plus Knutsson E (1972). "An analysis of Parkinsonian gait". Brain. 95 (3): 475-86. doi:10.1093/brain ...
*  Andrew Gait
Andrew Ian Gait (born 19 December 1978) is a South African cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman. Gait has two Youth Test ... However, Gait was to prove a revelation for the season, with an innings of 175 one of the highlights of his whole career. ... Most recently, Gait has appeared for Northamptonshire's Second XI in 2006, making a century on his Second XI Championship debut ...
*  GAIT element
GAIT) inhibitor complex to the GAIT element. The GAIT complex consists of the proteins ribosomal protein L13a, glutamyl-prolyl- ... The GAIT element forms a stem-loop secondary structure. The GAIT element is involved in selective translational silencing of ... The gamma interferon inhibitor of translation element or GAIT element is a cis-acting RNA element located in the 3'-UTR of the ... Translational silencing of Cp, and possibly other transcripts, mediated by the GAIT element may contribute to the resolution of ...
*  Horse gait
It is a distinctive natural gait of the Tennessee Walking Horse. The slow gait is a general term for various lateral gaits that ... In most "gaited" breeds, an ambling gait is a hereditary trait. A 2012 DNA study of movement in Icelandic horses and mice have ... The lateral gait of the Mangalarga Marchador is called the marcha picada. The rack or racking is a lateral gait most commonly ... All four gaits are seen in wild horse populations. While other intermediate speed gaits may occur naturally to some horses, ...
*  Magnetic gait
... is a form of gait abnormality. The person's feet seem attached to the floor as if by a magnet. In magnetic gait, ... Magnetic gait can be visualized in terms of a powerful magnet being forcefully pulled from a steel plate. Normal pressure ...
*  Spastic gait
... is a form of gait abnormality. Among the treatment options is chemodenervation. Asymmetric foot dragging. Brain ... "Evaluation and management of spastic gait in patients with traumatic brain injury". J Head Trauma Rehabil. 19 (2): 109-18. doi: ...
*  Gait abnormality
Hemiplegic persons have circumduction gait and those with cerebral palsy often have scissoring gait. Ataxia Foot drop Gait ... Gait abnormality is a deviation from normal walking (gait). Watching a patient walk is the most important part of the ... Gait abnormality is also common in persons with nervous system problems such as cauda equina syndrome, multiple sclerosis, ... "Gait Abnormality Coding Checklist by Jun Mapili, PT, MA13212503469Ed". Selmanholman.com. Archived from the original on 2014-07- ...
*  Gait (disambiguation)
Gait is the pattern of limb movement during locomotion. Gait may also refer to: Gait (human) Canine gait Horse gait Andrew Gait ... twin brother of Paul Paul Gait (born 1967), Canadian lacrosse player, twin brother of Gary GAIT (wireless), wireless standard ... born 1978), South African cricketer Edward Albert Gait (1863-1950), British Indian administrator Gary Gait (born 1967), ...
*  Gait (human)
Astasia abasia Contrapposto Gait abnormality Gait Abnormality Rating Scale Gait analysis Human positions Marche a petit pas ... Circumduction gait: occurs in hemiplegia · Waddling gait: occurs in bilateral congenital hip dislocation · High stepping gait: ... Gait in humans is difficult to study due to ethical concerns. Therefore, the majority of what is known about gait in humans ... All natural gaits are designed to propel a person forward, but can also be adapted for lateral movement. As natural gaits all ...
*  Gary Gait
Gait only played two seasons with the Baltimore Thunder. In Gait's first year on the team they went to the Championship which ... Gait played five seasons on the Philadelphia Wings. Gait visited the championship his first four years on the Wings and won the ... Gait was named NLL MVP six times, including five consecutive seasons. Other than Gary Gait, only John Tavares (3 times) has ... Gait, along with his brother, had outstanding seasons with the Victoria Shamrocks of the Western Lacrosse Association. Gait won ...
*  Gait deviations
Gait adaptations to preserve gait stability in response to balance perturbations". Gait Posture. 36 (2): 260-264. doi:10.1016/j ... Gait deviations are nominally referred to as any variation of standard human gait, typically manifesting as a coping mechanism ... Unimpaired human gait is characterized by its symmetry about the sagittal plane. In impaired individuals such as amputees, gait ... The following gait deviation measurements quantify differences using gait analysis and other tests that typically necessitate ...
*  Gluteal gait
... is an abnormal gait caused by neurological problems. If the superior gluteal nerve or obturator nerves are injured ... and/or a gluteal gait, a compensatory list of the body to the weakened gluteal side. As a result of this compensation, the ... producing a shuffling or waddling gait. Injury to the superior gluteal nerve results in a characteristic motor loss, resulting ...