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Spontaneous and associated hyperkinetic facial movements and contracture which follow injury to the seventh cranial nerve (postparalytic hemifacial spasm) or arise without known previous injury (cryptogenic hemifacial spasm) are pathological motor phenomena not found in the distribution of other cranial or somatic motor nerves. The commonly expressed(More)
Passive joint position sense was tested in 10 subjects after unilateral total hip replacement surgery (which included capsulectomy). Varied initial limb position, amplitude, and velocity of movement were used. The unoperated side was used as a control. Statistically barely significant errors (p less than 0.025) on the operated side were detected at 0.6(More)