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Title: Muscles involved in foot eversion movements during the swing phase of gait - some comparative-anatomical and functional-morphological aspects
Authors: NARAIN, Faridi 
Brauns, Annelien
Lemmens, Karolien
VAN ZWIETEN, Koos Jaap 
DUYSENS, Jacques 
HAUGLUSTAINE, Stephan 
VANDERSTEEN, Marjan 
LIPPENS, Peter 
ADRIAENSENS, Peter 
THEUNISSEN, Evi 
GELAN, Jan 
Lamur, Kenneth
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Department of Anatomy and Embryology, Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Source: Wallner, Christian & Secretary N.A.V. - Nederlandse Anatomen Vereniging (Ed.) Proceedings of 173rd Scientific Meeting Nederlandse Anatomen Vereniging (N.A.V.): vol. 1. p. 28-28.
Series/Report: Abstract, P 11
Abstract: In primate predecessors, various muscles might be involved in guaranteeing foot eversion at touchdown. In bipedal primates, e.g. humans, the strength of the peroneus muscles may be trained, in order to guarantee stable foot positioning at touchdown. Evertor muscles reinforcement might thus be used to prevent inversion traumatisms.
Notes: http://www.anatomen.nl http://www.uhasselt.be/UH/en/International/InternationalDevelopmentcooperation/Institutional-University-Cooperation-(IUS).html http://iuc.vliruos.be/index.php?language=EN&navid=436&direct_to=IUC_Partnerships
Keywords: Comparative Anatomy, Functional Morphology, Gait, Evertor Muscles Training, Gymnasts, Inversion Traumatism
Document URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/11478
Category: C2
Type: Proceedings Paper
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