Assessment of lower leg muscle force distribution during isometric ankle dorsi and plantar flexion in patients with diabetes: a preliminary study.

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BLAZKIEWICZ, Michalina; Sundar, Lakshmi; HEALY, Aoife; Ramachandran, Ambady; CHOCKALINGAM, Nachiappan; NAEMI, Roozbeh;

AIM\ud \ud The aim of this study was to evaluate the differences in ankle muscle strength using hand-held dynamometry and to assess difference in the isometric muscle force distribution between the people with diabetes and control participants.\ud \ud METHODS\ud \ud The... View more
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