Prosthetic restoration of the forefoot lever after Chopart amputation and its consequences onto the limb during gait.

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Summary of "Prosthetic restoration of the forefoot lever after Chopart amputation and its consequences onto the limb during gait."

In subjects with Chopart amputation the foot lever is clearly diminished. Usually high or low profile prostheses are routinely utilized to re-establish the lost forefoot lever.


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Name: Gait & posture
ISSN: 1879-2219
Pages: 1-7


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