Temporospatial and kinetic variables of gait in Doberman Pinschers with and without Cervical Spondylomyelopathy (2015)
Lima CGD, <b>da Costa RC</b>, Foss K., Allen M. Temporospatial and kinetic variables of gait in Doberman Pinschers with and without Cervical Spondylomyelopathy. American Journal of Veterinary Research. 76, n. 10, 848-852, 2015.
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A neurologic examination was performed on all dogs. The diagnosis of CSM was confirmed with MRI. Temporospatial and kinetic gait variables were mea-sured by use of a pressure-sensitive walkway. Temporospatial variables evalu-ated included stance phase duration, swing phase duration, gait cycle duration, stride length, and gait velocity. Kinetic variables evaluated included peak verti-cal force and vertical impulse. Random-effects linear regression was used to determine the difference between CSM-affected and clinically normal dogs for each of the 7 variables.
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