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Title: “Paradoxical increase” of pacing frequency (Hz) in early Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patients is unraveled by clinical observation, focusing on gait analysis
Authors: Van Zwieten, Koos Jaap 
Narain, Faridi 
Schmidt, Klaus 
Issue Date: 2011
Source: International Sound and Vibration Digest, 12(6), p. 9-10
Abstract: Some gait characteristics of individuals with minimally impaired Multiple Sclerosis (MS) were calculated quantitatively by means of gait frequencies, and described qualitatively by means of clinical observation, focusing on gait analysis.
Notes: The closing paragraph of our 21 December 2011 report deals with some hitherto un-sufficiently described non-sagittal movements of leg, ankle, and foot, in persons with minimally impaired Multiple Sclerosis (MS). These observations were made in close cooperation with the University of Suriname Movement Analysis Laboratory under the supervision of Dr. K. S. Lamur. To our knowledge, this is the first description worldwide, that concentrates on such kinematic details of the specific gait characteristics in early Multiple Sclerosis.
Keywords: Minimally Impaired Multiple Sclerosis; Gait Analysis; Gait Frequencies; Foot Placement Patterns; Non-Sagittal Movements
Document URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/13017
Link to publication: http://www.iiav.org
Rights: Published by The International Institute of Acoustics and Vibration (IIAV)
Category: A2
Type: Journal Contribution
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