Anne Gildenhuys

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This paper reports on the dynamic analysis and experimental validation of a method to perturb the balance of subjects in quiet standing. Electronically released weights pull the subject's waist through a specified displacement sensed by a photoelectric sensor. A dynamic model is derived that computes the force applied to the subject as a function of waist(More)
One of the central goals of reconstructive foot and ankle surgery is restoration of or improvement in the quality of physical activity. Until recently, objective assessment of how well this goal has been attained has been elusive at best. Recent advances in activity monitoring have advanced sufficiently to help many clinicians and researchers objectively(More)
Both cardiac amyloidosis and hypertrophic cardiomyopathy may result in excessive hypertrophy of the myocardium, which can be seen on echocardiography. While in most patients the two conditions are easily differentiated, we present in this report a case of amyloidosis that mimicked hypertrophic cardiomyopathy so closely that it required endomyocardial biopsy(More)
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