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EMG (uV)

EMG (uV)

Ankle PM Control. Ankle PMFI Control. 160. EMG (uV). 80. 0. 10. Control Signals (V). 5. 0. 800. Artificial Pneumatic Muscle Forces (N). 400. 0. 1.0. + Plantarflexion. Orthosis Net Torque (N-m/kg). -0.3. Stride Cycle (%). Stride Cycle (%). 0. 0. 100. 100.

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Ankle

Ankle

Ankle. The ankle is the most commonly injured joint in athletics The bony structure of the ankle is very strong With moderate ligament support And poor muscular support. Bones. Tibia (Medial Malleolus) Fibula (Lateral Malleolus) Calcaneus Talus. Lateral Ligaments.

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Stance Control Knee Ankle Foot Orthoses (KAFOs)

Stance Control Knee Ankle Foot Orthoses (KAFOs)

Stance Control Knee Ankle Foot Orthoses (KAFOs). Stance Control Overview. Stance Control Orthoses vs. Conventional KAFOs: SCOs differ from Conventional KAFOs in that they allow for knee flexion during the swing phase and locking during stance phase. Stance Control Overview.

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ANKLE

ANKLE

ANKLE. Divisions of the Foot. Hindfoot: Talus. Calcaneus. Midfoot: Navicular. Cuboid. Cuneiforms. Forefoot: Metatarsals. Phalanges. Ankle Joints and Ligaments. Superior and inferior tibiofibular joints: Superior: Synovial plane joint with a capsule. Inferior:

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Ankle

Ankle

Ankle. Views. Ap Lateral Internal and external Obliques. Things to know. Page 224 in book Cassette: 10 x 12 crosswise divided in half Measures 8 Shield Marker Hold still. Part Position for AP. Place patient supine on table Do not flex foot allow it to be in a natural position

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Ankle

Ankle

Ankle. Bones and Joints. The ankle joint is formed by the connection of three bones. The ankle bone is called the talus. The top of the talus fits inside a socket that is formed by the lower end of the tibia (shinbone) and the fibula (the small bone of the lower leg).

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PM Control Strategies for Mobile Sources

PM Control Strategies for Mobile Sources

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PM Control Strategies for Mobile Sources

PM Control Strategies for Mobile Sources

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