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Upper limb muscle imbalance in tennis elbow: A functional and electromyographic assessment
The purpose of this study was to investigate strength, fatigability, and activity of upper limb musculature to elucidate the role of muscular imbalance in the pathophysiology of tennis elbow. SixteenExpand
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Shoulder muscle activation and fatigue during a controlled forceful hand grip task.
PURPOSE Reliable electromyographic evaluation of the shoulder in common painful conditions is a major challenge due to a reduced range of movement and pain-related muscle inhibition. This studyExpand
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Assessment of functional recovery in tennis elbow.
OBJECTIVES (a) To investigate changes in muscular strength, fatigue and activity in recovered tennis elbow (RTE); (b) to assess the appropriateness of EMG and strength measurements in monitoringExpand
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Strength and fatigability of selected muscles in upper limb: assessing muscle imbalance relevant to tennis elbow.
PURPOSE The aetiology of tennis elbow has remained uncertain for more than a century. To examine muscle imbalance as a possible pathophysiological factor requires a reliable method of assessment.Expand
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Outcome of Copeland shoulder resurfacing arthroplasty with a 4-year mean follow-up.
BACKGROUND Published data on the outcome of Copeland shoulder resurfacing arthroplasty (CSRA) are limited. This observational case series study reports the functional and radiological outcome of CSRAExpand
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Shoulder muscle activation and coordination in patients with a massive rotator cuff tear: An electromyographic study
Adaptive muscle activation strategies following a massive rotator cuff tear (MRCT) are inadequately understood, and the relationship among muscles during everyday activities has not been considered.Expand
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Total elbow arthroplasty: a prospective clinical outcome study of Discovery Elbow System with a 4-year mean follow-up.
BACKGROUND Total elbow arthroplasty (TEA) is increasingly used for the treatment of advanced elbow conditions to reduce pain and improve function. However, TEA is still associated with a higherExpand
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A randomized controlled trial of a group-based gaze training intervention for children with Developmental Coordination Disorder
The aim of this study was to integrate a gaze training intervention (i.e., quiet eye training; QET) that has been shown to improve the throwing and catching skill of children with DevelopmentalExpand
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Pain, Functional Disability, and Psychologic Status in Tennis Elbow
ObjectivesFirst to compare pain and functional disability in tennis elbow (TE) patients with healthy controls. Second, to evaluate the relationship between the 2 major psychologic factors (anxietyExpand
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Normal shoulder muscular activation and co‐ordination during a shoulder elevation task based on activities of daily living: An electromyographic study
Studies of normal shoulder function have often failed to consider the inter‐relationship between different muscle groups in activities relevant to daily life. Upper limb functional status wasExpand
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