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“…In most patients, these deformities are within the range of physiological development and show spontaneous correction. Besides racial dierences, the normal leg axis, with a variation of the tibiofemoral angle of 4 and 6°of valgus, must be distinguished from pathological conditions [8,12,14,15,23,25,31]. Limb length discrepancy has an adverse eect on the musculoskeletal system.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…In most patients, these deformities are within the range of physiological development and show spontaneous correction. Besides racial dierences, the normal leg axis, with a variation of the tibiofemoral angle of 4 and 6°of valgus, must be distinguished from pathological conditions [8,12,14,15,23,25,31]. Limb length discrepancy has an adverse eect on the musculoskeletal system.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…If the causal event is unknown, the angular deviation is termed idiopathic. Recommendations in the literature for treatment depend on the cause and severity of the deformity from bracing, supracondylar or proximal tibial osteotomy to temporary or permanent epiphysiodesis to create a horizontal joint surface for weight-bearing [25,27].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These parameters have been evaluated using radiological, photographic and clinical measurement with a goniometer. 2-7 Although each method has its advantages and disadvantages, the clinical method is widely used as it is non-invasive, easy, reliable and reproducible. 3-6 …”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…1. Average displacement in x-axis in one gait cycle (cm) 4 The first 3 principal components were used for the analysis described later. The cumulative contribution ratio of the first 3 components is 0.667 and this seems to be a bit small, however, it was proved to be sufficient as the data in Fig.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, most of the studies focus on the impaired gait of patients in relation to their disease or injury. For example, gait dynamics of the Parkinson's disease patients is extensively studied [1][2][3], and there are also many studies on the gait patterns with bowlegs and knock knees [4,5]. Though there are some studies on healthy human gait and many methodological improvements have been made [6][7][8][9], the body movement of walkers has not been extensively investigated and there is almost no study that tried to evaluate the functionality of heathy subjects in normal walking.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 98%