W H Coppelmans

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UNLABELLED 267 Persons over 65 years were interviewed by telephone to investigate the influence of some factors on the occurrence of gait disabilities. These factors are: sex, fractures, operations of the lower extremities, overweight, underweight, decreased sight, parity, medication use, smoking and occupation. The gait disabilities were objectivated by a(More)
A clinimetric method was used to investigate subjective and objective gait disabilities in 339 persons of 65 years and older in Valkenburg aan de Geul, the Netherlands. Because this study deals with disabilities rather than with medical diagnoses an interview by telephone was considered sufficient. A short, simple and broadly applicable questionnaire was(More)
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