Gait Analysis and Its Significance in Patients with Total Knee Prosthesis after Wide Resection of Malignant Tumor
While limb-salvage surgery, which has been commonly used for malignant tumor in recent years, has many advantages, there are several problems which need to be resolved. If, in addition to the bones, the muscles are widely resected, motor control of the affected limb can be difficult to achieve after the surgery.
KeywordsGastrocnemius Muscle Stance Phase Gait Analysis Biceps Femoris Gluteus Maximus
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