R Hainisch

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Introduction Cerebral palsy (CP) is caused by an injury to the central nervous system and results commonly in abnormal motor control associated with an abnormal gait pattern. Crouch gait is one of the most common gait abnormalities in CP children and is primarily characterized by excessive flexion of the knee during stance, although flexion, adduction, and(More)
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