Case of the week - 29/06/98

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

 

A 12 year old child with diplegic idiopathic cerebral palsy.  

Clinical Details

Physical examination

Hip abduction (knee straight):        left   40        right  40

Hip abduction (knee 90):               left 40         right  50

rectus sign                               left   +           right  +

femoral anteversion                             left   75        right  50

tibial torsion                                      left 10          right 5

hip flexion (knee extended)                 left   45         right  45

Manual muscle test (MRC grading)

Hip abductors:        left  4 +       right  2 +

Knee extensors:       left  5        right  5

 

Movies (PC users get the QuickTime plug-ins here - right mouse-click "Save Link as..." - Windows 95/NT and 3.1)

The movies will open in new browser windows so you can view them simultaneously with analysis.
 

 

sagittal 

frontal
movie format  QuickTime QuickTime
  left side front view
  right side rear view

3D Kinematics ... Joint Kinetics  ... Trunk Kinematics (Motion Analysis Corp.)

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

 

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Case supplied by Mag.Andreas Kranzl and Dr. Andreas Kopf
from Univ. Clinic for Physical Medicine & Rehabiliation, Vienna General Hospital
 

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Last modified on Wednesday, 25-June 1998.

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