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By m karia · 2018 · cited by 5 — comparison of gait biomechanics in patients with and without knee osteoarthritis during different phases of gait. 比較有和沒有膝關節骨性關節炎的受試者在不 ... 5 pages
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Original ArticleComparison of gait biomechanics in patients with and without kneeosteoarthritis during different phases of gait比較有和沒有膝關節骨性關節炎的受試者在不同步態階段的步行生物力學Karia Monil*, Masjedi Milad, Duffell Lynsey, Kotti Margarita, McGregor AlisonDepartment of Orthopaedics, Imperial College London, Charing Cross Hospital, London, UKa r t i c l e i n f oArticle history:Received 1 January 2017Received in revised form7 August 2017Accepted 20 September 2017Keywords:gaitkneeosteoarthritisa b s t r a c tBackground: This study aimed to characterise knee adduction angles (KAA) and knee adduction mo-ments (KAM) and compare this with foot centre of pressure (COP) in volunteers with and without kneeosteoarthritis (OA).Methods: A total of 108 participants were recruited; 84 had no known pathology, 18 had medial knee OA,and six had lateral knee OA. Linear regression was used to determine correlations between the nor-malised COP, KAM, and KAA during each phase of gait for all participants.Results: The first ph...