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The motor, sensory and mixed nerve conduction velocities of median and posterior tibial nerves were measured in seventeen forest workers engaged in chain-saw operation for 2 to 16 yr (mean 12 yr). The conduction velocities were significantly diminished in the distal part of the upper limb. The sensory nerve conduction velocities (SCV) of the median nerve at(More)
A relationship between spinal deformity and ambulation is yet to be clarified. We hypothesized that undesirable spino-pelvic alignment affects walking ability. The purpose of present study is to clarify an influence of spino-pelvic alignments on walking ability. Consecutive patients who visited our institution between October 2011 to September 2012 were(More)
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