Cervical myositis ossificans traumatica : a rare location. An unusual case of myositis ossificans traumatica lesion located in the paraspinal region is reported. Despite the contiguity of the lesion with the cervical vertebrae and ominous appearance of the biopsy material, the history of antecedent trauma and computed tomography findings allowed preoperative accurate diagnosis. To our knowledge, myositis ossificans traumatica located in the cervical paraspinal region is very rare. Baysal, T. With 4 figs.
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Collado-Garrido , P. Tabla II. Longitud de paso cm. Engsberg et al [ 9 ]. Fowler et al [ 11 ]. Jung et al [ 42 ]. Liao et al [ 12 ]. Pandey et al [ 39 ]. Peungsuwan et al [ 40 ]. Scholtes et al [ 7 ]. Unger et al [ 41 ]. Tabla III. NA: no aplicable estudios de un brazo. Impact of resistive therapy on gait parameters in children with cerebral palsy: systematic review and meta-analysis Introduction.
Cerebral palsy is one of the main causes of disability in childhood. Resistive therapy has proved to be beneficial in increasing strength and motor function in these patients, but its impact on gait is not yet clear.
To analyse the impact of resistive therapy on improving gait through a systematic review and meta-analysis. Patients and methods. Nine controlled studies and one single-arm study were identified.
In terms of pre-post difference, the overall intragroup effect was in favour of the intervention, with null heterogeneity standardised mean difference: 0. The standardised mean differences were also positive as they restricted each of the gait parameters analysed: 0. As regards the difference between groups, the results showed high heterogeneity, and the mean difference was also favourable, especially for speed 7.
The results support the impact of resistive therapy on gait improvement, especially in terms of the gait speed and step cadence parameters. Key words. Cerebral palsy. Gait speed. Resistive therapy. Step cadence. Step length. Systematic review.
Terapia Miofuncional Y Deglución Atípica En Niños Con Paralisis Cerebral
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