S. R. Nade

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Trendelenburg's test of function of the hip joint was first reported before radiology was available. At least four methods of performing it have since been described in the literature. We examined 50 normal subjects and 103 people with disorders affecting either the spine or the hip, in order to determine the different responses that occurred when they were(More)
1. The normal activity of the medial articular nerve of the knee joint of nine dogs was measured in response to continuous passive movement. Whole nerve recordings were made simultaneously with joint position and angular velocity. 2. When the knee was moved the medial articular nerve discharged at all joint angles with maximum activity at flexion in some(More)
Single- and multi-unit recordings were obtained from the medial articular nerve (m.a.n.) of knee joints in the anaesthetized dog. The single-unit recordings were confined to low threshold (group I and II) articular mechanoreceptors. Multi-unit recordings revealed that the m.a.n. discharge was maximal in extension, submaximal in flexion, and minimal at(More)
Current CMOS technology has put forth many challenges like scaling issues, short channel effects, etc. The various remedies proposed to solve these include the use of strained silicon, silicon on insulator structure, double, tri-gate and Gate All around structures for CMOS, use of Graphene and Carbon Nanotube (CNT) devices, quantum cellular automata etc.(More)
The effects of hip arthrodesis on the gait of two subjects with particular attention to the temporal and sagittal plane kinematic and kinetic characteristics are reported. Each subject had a painless arthrodesis and no other gait limitation. To compensate for their disability they showed reduced step lengths and speed of progression, altered angular(More)
We studied the effects of subtalar (n=2) or knee (n=2) arthrodesis on the gait of four subjects with particular attention to the temporal and sagittal plane kinematic and kinetic characteristics. Each subject had a painless arthrodesis and no other gait limitation. To compensate for their disability the subtalar arthrodesis subjects showed altered angular(More)
We have studied the effects of ankle arthrodesis on the gait of three subjects with special attention to the time and sagittal plane kinematic and kinetic characteristics. Each subject had a painless arthrodesis and no other gait limitation. To compensate for this disability they showed an increased range of movement at the ipsilateral mid-tarsal, knee and(More)
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