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Inter- and intraobserver repeatability of the Salford Gait Tool: an observation-based clinical gait assessment tool. (2007)
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OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the inter- and intraobserver repeatability of the Salford Gait Tool (SF-GT), a new observation-based gait assessment tool for evaluating sagittal plane cerebral palsy (CP) gait. DESIGN: Masked comparative evaluation. SETTING: U... Read More about Inter- and intraobserver repeatability of the Salford Gait Tool: an observation-based clinical gait assessment tool..

The development and validity of the Salford Gait Tool: an observation-based clinical gait assessment tool. (2007)
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OBJECTIVES: To develop the construct, content, and criterion validity of the Salford Gait Tool (SF-GT) and to evaluate agreement between gait observations using the SF-GT and kinematic gait data. DESIGN: Tool development and comparative evaluation. S... Read More about The development and validity of the Salford Gait Tool: an observation-based clinical gait assessment tool..

Does a specific MR imaging protocol with a supine-lying subject replicate tarsal kinematics seen during upright standing? (2007)
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Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging is becoming increasingly important in the study of foot biomechanics. Specific devices have been constructed to load and position the foot while the subject is lying supine in the scanner. The present study examines th... Read More about Does a specific MR imaging protocol with a supine-lying subject replicate tarsal kinematics seen during upright standing?.