2018
DOI: 10.1016/j.bspc.2018.01.013
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Gait symmetry measures: A review of current and prospective methods

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“…The strength of the autocorrelation procedure may stem from analysing continuous successive steps. Complex measures such as gait asymmetry are not simply portrayed within a single discreet gait cycle; this concept has been highlighted before, whereby continuous measures have been described to highlight different asymmetry causes, symptoms, and gait strategies such as particular compensatory techniques [17]. Data from our study indicate that participants with high asymmetry produced poor forward propulsion from the affected limb, instead of relying on the more dominant limb to achieve progression at the end of each stride.…”
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“…The strength of the autocorrelation procedure may stem from analysing continuous successive steps. Complex measures such as gait asymmetry are not simply portrayed within a single discreet gait cycle; this concept has been highlighted before, whereby continuous measures have been described to highlight different asymmetry causes, symptoms, and gait strategies such as particular compensatory techniques [17]. Data from our study indicate that participants with high asymmetry produced poor forward propulsion from the affected limb, instead of relying on the more dominant limb to achieve progression at the end of each stride.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 65%
“…However, this strategy will likely vary among a broader range of participants and throughout recovery. Other methods may better reflect true levels of asymmetry at different stages of recovery from acute, early subacute, late subacute, and chronic stroke, meaning that they should still be considered as potential variables [17,20].…”
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