Isokinetic muscle strength and its association with neuropsychological capacity in cirrhotic alcoholics.


Alcoholic cirrhotics (n = 49), nonalcoholic cirrhotics (n = 42), and normal controls (n = 50) were compared on measures of isokinetic muscle strength and neuropsychological capacity. Alcoholic cirrhotics were deficient on measures of eccentric and concentric muscle movements, compared with normal controls but were not different from nonalcoholic cirrhotics… (More)


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