Case of the week - 24/11/97

from Univ. Clinic for Physical Medicine & Rehabiliation, Vienna General Hospital

65 year old man with hemiplegia, right side.

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  left side left side front view front view
  right side right side rear view rear view

3D Gait Analysis (Motion Analysis Corporation)

Joint Kinematics ..... Joint Kinetics

Poly-Electromyography (Noraxon) ... Right-side..... Left-side

... points for discussion:

  • What's his main problem?
  • Is there evidence of co-contraction on the EMG?
  • Is the presence of co-contraction a significant problem for inverse dynamics modelling?

  • Case supplied by Mag. Andreas Kranzl and Dr. Andreas Kopf

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    Maintained by DDr. Chris Kirtley, Andreas Kranzl & Dr. Andreas Kopf
    Last modified on Wednesday, 24-Sept.-97.


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