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  • limb
  • However, when the stopped limb is extended at the hip joint to a point normally reached at the end of stance during walking, it suddenly flexes and starts walking again provided that the contralateral limb is a position to accept the weight of the hindquarters. (wikipedia.org)
  • feet
  • The weight may be gradually increased up to 50% of the body weight, which would permit the affected person to stand with his body weight evenly supported by both feet (but not to walk). (wikipedia.org)
  • In humans, the double S-shaped vertebral column acts as a shock-absorber which shifts the weight from the trunk over the load-bearing surface of the feet. (wikipedia.org)
  • Their hind legs were thick, straight, and powerful, ending in club-like feet with five toes, though only the inner three (or in some cases four) bore claws. (wikipedia.org)
  • work
  • You may need to work up to using heavy weights. (drugs.com)
  • Changes in weight distribution from left to right, front to back and contra-lateral compensation are easily measured, thus providing useful information for your research work on nociception and analgesia. (harvardapparatus.com)
  • time
  • The different configuration include a stand alone corridor set of three bearing sensors pads and interface camera HD and a KWB licence for real time acquisition. (harvardapparatus.com)
  • pain
  • Sufferers may walk with a characteristic side-to-side gait and have difficulty climbing stairs, problems with leg abduction and adduction, pain when carrying out weight bearing activities, difficulties carrying out everyday activities, and difficulties standing. (wikipedia.org)
  • It is often associated with night sweating, easy bruising, weight loss, and pain most prominent at night. (wikipedia.org)
  • offers
  • The Kinetic Weight Bearing (KWB) Instrument offers automated parameter analysis for each paw of a rodent on Maximum Force (mN), Mass Velocity (N/s), and Maximum surface area (cm2). (harvardapparatus.com)
  • studies
  • Esaote's revolutionary G-scan Brio is a unique tilting MR system which allows patients to be imaged in the horizontal and vertical positions, enabling clinicians to conduct weight-bearing MR studies to view anatomy in positions more typical of daily activities than traditional supine positions. (esaote.com)