Syrpailyne Wankhar

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Loss of proprioception following an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury has been well documented. We evaluated proprioception in both the injured and the uninjured limb in 25 patients with ACL injury and in 25 healthy controls, as assessed by joint position sense (JPS), the threshold for the detection of passive movement (TDPM) and postural sway during(More)
Assessment of elbow flexion strength is an important component of upper limb neurological examination and is necessary for patient screening, planning of surgical interventions and rehabilitation. Medical Research Council (MRC) Scale is the most widely used method for grading muscle strength. The major drawback of MRC grading is that it is observer(More)
Acquisition of movement of some body parts can provide important physiological information. In clinical practice as well as for research purposes different types of sensors such as piezoelectric crystals, conductive rubber and optical displacement sensors are used for such measurements. Each of these sensors is associated with its problems. This paper(More)
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