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Joint power distribution does not change within the contralateral limb one year after unilateral limb loss.

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Summary of "Joint power distribution does not change within the contralateral limb one year after unilateral limb loss."

To assist with forward progression during gait, persons with unilateral lower-limb amputation typically perform more work within the unaffected versus affected limb. However, prior cross-sectional (>2years post-amputation) studies cannot necessarily elucidate the origin or evolution of these compensatory mechanics.

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Name: Gait & posture
ISSN: 1879-2219
Pages: 8-13

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