Effect of end-stage hip, knee, and ankle osteoarthritis on walking mechanics.

@article{Schmitt2015EffectOE,
  title={Effect of end-stage hip, knee, and ankle osteoarthritis on walking mechanics.},
  author={Daniel Oliver Schmitt and Alexander Robertson Vap and Robin M. Queen},
  journal={Gait & posture},
  year={2015},
  volume={42 3},
  pages={
          373-9
        }
}
This study tested the hypothesis that the presence of isolated ankle (A-OA; N=30), knee (K-OA; N=20), or hip (H-OA; N=30) osteoarthritis (OA) compared to asymptomatic controls (N=15) would lead to mechanical changes in the affected joint but also in all other lower limb joints and gait overall. Stride length, stance and swing times, as well as joint angles and moments at the hip, knee, and ankle were derived from 3-D kinematic and kinetic data collected from seven self-selected speed walking… CONTINUE READING
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