Unilateral foot drop.

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@article{Lath1996UnilateralFD, title={Unilateral foot drop.}, author={Richa Lath and Vedantam Rajshekhar}, journal={Postgraduate medical journal}, year={1996}, volume={72 851}, pages={573-4} }