Lower-Limb Wearable Exoskeleton

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Pons, J.L.; Moreno, J.C.; Brunetti, F.J.; Rocon, E.;
(2007)
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    mesheuropmc: human activities

The differences found in the patients' kinematic gait patterns during the application of functional compensation on the lower limb showed significant differences regarding the subjects' usual gait. In both patients rapid adaptations were observed and new motor commands ... View more
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